This essay focuses on theoretical knowledge of the rhetoric .Point form answers will not be accepted. The length of the answer should align with the value of the question. Foll
The assignment will include a title page, a minimum of two pages double-spaced. All assignments will include proper in-text citations and bibliography, following the APA 7th Edition to show where it was source. These questions can be answer independently of each other, but must be write in paragraph short/long answer manner. Point form answers will not be accept. The length of the answer should align with the value of the question. Follow instructions and you will do well. You are only permitted to submit your own work.
of another student or person is academic dishonesty, and will be subject to proceedings under the student code of conduct. In plain terms: Do your own work, you’re being allowed to take your final exam home. You do not have to include the text from the 11 questions in your submission or your turnitin score will be unusually high. You can provide question numbers. Submit your exam to this drop box. Your grades will be posted by December. The exam questions with corresponding values are: Please write a book report on the book: (Confessions, by Augustine (John K. Ryan trans.). (ISBN: 0385029551) for me basing on the following instructions: Type the MLA citation for the book on the top of the page.
1. Basic Knowledge: Identify three ways in which this book distinctively advanced your theoretical knowledge of the rhetoric and philosophy of communication. 2. Metaphor and Argument: State the central question(s) of scholarly inquiry guiding the book. Locate the dominant themes or idea clusters (metaphor or metaphor pattern) and relate it to the key scholarly argument you encountered in the book. Respond to the author’s position, making explicit your own rhetorical or philosophical standpoint (assumptions, biases, perspectives, etc.) 3.Relevance: Make a case for the relevance of this book to the communication classroom and the marketplace.
Firstly, be sure
Secondly, be creative
Thirdly, be sober
Further, be fast
Lastly, be sober
Lastly, be nice