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ENG 201 Week 4 Rhetorical Analysis Updated

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ENG 201 Week 4 Rhetorical Analysis Updated

Rhetorical Analysis. Both What to the Slave Is the Fourth of July by Douglass and Thoreau’s Civil Disobedience call the laws of the land into question. Though these two clearly have different backgrounds and life experiences, present the common elements to their arguments.

How does the writing/presentation of What to the Slave Is the Fourth of July? compare with the other political speeches/sermons we’ve analyzed and discussed? What statements/rhetorical devices does Douglass use to connect with his audience?

Like any piece of writing, your original thoughts should be clear from the beginning, and a thesis statement should be evident toward the end of the first paragraph. Each paragraph should then use research to provide evidence to support the claims of your thesis. 

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