Following your own description of his moves, argue what effect you think they had on the audience, message, or overall purpose. Quote from his essay. the, it’s time to think about your own imitation. How did you try to imitate Cadogan? What writing moves did you make? Why did you make them? What effect did you want them to have on your reader? This is the part of the assignment when you have to Evaluate Evidence from your essay. Pull quotes from your essay to support your argument about the writing choice and its effect in your writing. How did it influence your audience, message, or overall writing purpose?
the Style Memo should argue which TWO writing moves you think had the largest effect for Cadogan’s readers and your readers. Don’t forget to explain WHY you think so.
writing in Claim/Evidence/Warrant paragraph( this is important):
1. the claims in a sophisticated rhetorical analysis will build on one another. In this class, your claims need to be Specific, Arguable, and Original.
https://lithub.com/walking-while-black/ ( walking while black )