Rhetorical Analysis Essay, English homework help

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Length 3 pages MLA Style Write a rhetorical analysis essay in which you examine the rhetorical effectiveness of the article by Declan Walsh op-ed " A Glass Ceiling Now Broken, Is U.S. Ready for a Madam President?'. The New York Times. July 30 2016 Introduction 1. Introduce your topic or subject of analysis 2. Provide context for the argument you are analyzing. 3. State your thesis Body 1. Summary of Argument: Provide a brief summary of the argument to help readers understand analysis. 2. Rhetorical analysis: Develop your thesis by presenting and evaluating the rhetorical strategies used by the writer to appeal to his/her target audience in light of the author's rhetorical context and purpose. Conclusion 1. Wrap up- your analysis and comment on the significance of the argument. How effective is this text/article as a whole? Why is this argument strong or weak?

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mariam90
School: New York University

Hoping you are doing well, Here is the paper completed as per the instructions and standards of a rhetorical analysis. Please view it and let me know if you need any changes.

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Rhetorical Strategies in Walsh’s “A Glass Ceiling Now Broken, Is U.S. Ready for a Madam
President?”
A woman has generally been inferior to men in taking up leadership roles, evident from
the fact that the US has never been under the leadership of a woman leader. Declan Walsh looks
at the unique gender perspective in the US presidential campaigns on July 30th 2016, and scripted
the article “A Glass Ceiling Now Broken, Is U.S. Ready for a Madam President?” His aim was to
look at the opinion of people and evaluate whether the United States of America was ready to
embrace a gender change in the top most political position: the presidency. He explores the
difficulties that Hilary Clinton has gone through and goes an extra mile to see the levels of
women representation in other government posts. This paper rhetorically explores Walsh’s post
published in the New York Times Magazine.
Walsh introduces the article through describing a fact that the Democrat...

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