English 124: The Sunflower's Responses

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Due: Read responses in The Sunflower by the Dalai Lama (pp. 129-130), Dith Pran (pp.230-233) and Desmond Tutu (266-268).

Due: For each following respondent, please type the following:

1. Chart out their arguments using Toulmin: claim, grounds, and warrant.

2. Explain their rhetorical strategies, including but not limited to ethos, pathos, and logos.

3. Evaluate the overall rhetorical power of their arguments to persuade you.


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English 124: The Sunflower's Responses
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English 124: The Sunflower's Responses
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English 124: The Sunflower's Responses
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English 124: The Sunflower's Responses
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English 124: The Sunflower's Responses
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English 124: The Sunflower's Responses
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Argumentative Responses Using Toulmin
According to the Dalai Lama in wordings from the Sunflower, an individual should
pardon another person committing cruel acts against the former individual but the same
individual should keep it in remembrance to look out and familiarize on a similar occurrence in
future. Cruel acts depict Chinese governance towards the people of Tibetan (Lama, Dalai & Tutu
et al., 129). Ever since the Chinese invaded Tibet, many deaths occurred due to slaughter, lack of
food and taking one's life yet forty years later the Buddhist heritage on care and harmony spreads
in Tibet as if the outrage never occurred. The only ties linking pardoning acts portrayed by
people of Tibet are their blinded faith in their customs which keeps their compassion firm at all
times.
Dith Pran contends by questioning the human capacity to acquit and discusses on a
personal level his lack of heart to absolve a wrongdoer (Lama, Dalai & Tutu et al., 233). Pran's
lack of forgiveness attaches to the rule of Rouge which he bitterly holds responsible for the
impact it ...

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