Your Rhetorical Analysis paper will perform a rhetorical analysis of George Orwe

Your Rhetorical Analysis paper will perform a rhetorical analysis of George Orwell’s “Shooting an Elephant” in the following steps:
introduce your paper as a rhetorical analysis of your source and then briefly summarize it in your own words (about 200-250 words at most),
analyze your source for ethos, pathos, and logos using the specific terms supplied each week,
conclude with an evaluation of your source’s overall rhetorical effectiveness,
be substantially revised from your peer reviewed draft. Feel free to take a second draft to the writing center in the bridge of DPAC,
be about 1100 words long (meaning in the range of 1000-1200 words, or 3-4 pages if formatted as described below),
follow MLA style. Be sure to
quote your source to illustrate the points that you’re making about it,
use inline citations following those quotations as instructed in class,
include a Works Cited section at the end of your paper,
set up your paper following the sample MLA style paper in the Seagull Reader.
be double spaced from the top line with your name on it all the way to the last line of your last works cited entry,
use Times New Roman, 12 point font, with 1″ margins.
use 1″ margins on both sides and at the top and bottom of your papers.

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