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– Compose an essay where you provide a close reading analysis of the text of your choice and the author’s use of at least two rhetorical strategies. Make sure you show examples from the text that connects to the point/claim you want to make and support your thesis. (These examples form the I or Illustration of PIE format.) Also, make sure to explain how the illustration proves your claim to be correct. (This will form part of your E or Explanation in PIE format.) I attached the thesis, also the essay is on the book Rhetorical Analysis of “Heart Berries by Terese Marie Mailhot” Specific Requirements□Your essay must include an academic summary of your chosen text.□Your essay must also include your argument about the effectiveness of the author’s rhetoric.▪ That means you need a thesis and topic sentences which state your claim and reasons why. You also need support for your argument in the form of cited material from the text itself.▪ Remember, your thesis needs to contain both your limited subject and your attitude (claim) about your limited subject.▪ For this essay, your limited subject is the specific rhetorical strategies you choose to focus on, and your attitude is whether or not the author is successful in their implementation of these strategies.□ You must include a total of at least SIX direct quotes in your essay.□ You are required to cite your sources using proper MLA format, so don’t forget you Works Cited page.□ Length: 5-6 pages□Your essay needs to have a creative title. Components to Include: In your introduction,include:1. a hook or attention grabber;2. background information on the topic3. Academic summary of your chosen text4. your thesis statement–your thesis should state your limited subject and attitude In your body paragraphs, include: PIE Format Topic sentences/Points that make a claim about the effectiveness of a rhetorical strategy Information that is directly quoted from the text Explanation/Evaluation of each quote  Explains the significance of the quote.In your conclusion, include1. A brief summary of your key points2. Restate your thesis3. Final thoughts about your topic
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Ari Albert
English 120
April 5, 2019
I chose the “Traditional Essay: Rhetorical Analysis”
Rhetorical Analysis of “Heart Berries by Terese Marie Mailhot”
The goal of this paper is to provide an in-depth analysis of the text, “Heart Berries by
Terese Marie Mailhot” by looking at the rhetorical strategies used by the author. I intend to focus
on a traditional essay where I will provide an analysis of the text and how the author employed
various rhetorical techniques in communicating with her readers. The memoir, “Heart Berries” by
Terese Marie Mailhot is a compelling memoir published under a romantic name which in essence
provides an in-depth view of the author’s underlying story of her life. In her writings, she reckons
with the wages of intergenerational trauma. She grew up from the suburbs of the seabird island in
British Colombia. She speaks of her dark past throughout her writing in the books. She employs
various rhetorical strategies through an empathic voice in her writing to illustrate the frustrations
she went through while growing up.
In this analysis, the rhetorical strategies of interest that are highlighted in the memoir
include persuasion such as the use adnomination or linguistic trick to highlight your experiences
in the past. Mailhot employs persuasion in her writings to highlight to her readers the various
encounters she experiences while growing up. Having survived a dysfunctional upbringing she
indulged in drug and substance abuse something that further heightens her life frustrations. She is
diagnosed with post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD) and bipolar II disorder. She begins to write
her way of trauma which later becomes her enormous persuasive poetic memoir, “Heart Berries”.
Her life phantoms are evident throughout her writing in the memoir. In a more persuasive
voice she writes her way out of the chaos of her past. In her writing, she asks, “How could
misfortune follow me so well, and why did I choose it every time?” (14) This is an emotional
appeal based on a rhetorical question whose answer she did not sort to find. In this case, she
employs pathos which is an appeal to emotions and kairos which is an appeal for time as she
reflects her past life. Nonetheless, she accepts her life which was pocked with poverty, addiction
and abuse. “Heart Berries” presents a mixture of vulnerability and rag marked by sexual yearning
and artistic ambition all portrayed from an emotional appeal through the perspective of time.
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I chose the “Traditional Essay: Rhetorical Analysis”
Rhetorical Analysis of “Heart Berries by Terese Marie Mailhot”
The goal of this paper is to provide an in-depth analysis of the text, “Heart Berries by
Terese Marie Mailhot” by looking at the rhetorical strategies used by the author. I intend to focus
on a traditional essay where I will provide an analysis of the text and how the author employed
various rhetorical techniques in communicating with her readers. The memoir, “Heart Berries” by
Terese Marie Mailhot is a compelling memoir published under a romantic name which in essence
provides an in-depth view of the author’s underlying story of her life. In her writings, she reckons
with the wages of intergenerational trauma. She grew up from the suburbs of the seabird island in
British Colombia. She speaks of her dark past throughout her writing in the books. She employs
various rhetorical strategies through an empathic voice in her writing to illustrate the frustrations
she went through while growing up.
In this analysis, the rhetorical strategies of interest that are highlighted in the memoir
include persuasion such as the use adnomination or linguistic trick to highlight your experiences
in the past. Mailhot employs persuasion in her writings to highlight to her readers the various
encounters she experiences while growing up. Having survived a dysfunctional upbringing she
indulged in drug and substance abuse something that further heightens her life frustrations. She is
diagnosed with post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD) and bipolar II disorder. She begins to write
her way of trauma which later becomes her enormous persuasive poetic memoir, “Heart Berries”.
Her life phantoms are evident throughout her writing in the memoir. In a more persuasive
voice she writes her way out of the chaos of her past. In her writing, she asks, “How could
misfortune follow me so well, and why did I choose it every time?” (14) This is an emotional
appeal based on a rhetorical question whose answer she did not sort to find. In this case, she
employs pathos which is an appeal to emotions and kairos which is an appeal for time as she
reflects her past life. Nonetheless, she accepts her life which was pocked with poverty, addiction
and abuse. “Heart Berries” presents a mixture of vulnerability and rag marked by sexual yearning
and artistic ambition all portrayed from an emotional appeal through the perspective of time.

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