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In your response, cite the essay at least once using an in-text citation. Also, create a works cited citation for the essay. This should be in MLA style. Respond to students who chose articles different than your post. Please post a full and rich discussion.
With this forum, you are to discuss one of the "Historical American Works" or one of the "Historic Global Works" listed in the "Supplemental Readings" section of the course lessons. This discussion will help you prepare for your essay on one of these arguments due during the next section of this course.
In your discussion, state the purpose of the reading and cite the thesis statement (if applicable). If there is no explicit thesis, state the reading's claim. Then, lay out the structure of the reading to the class, and let the class know if this structure is organized and logical (you may claim that it is not organized - it's up to you). Let the reader know how this method of organization helps or does not help the author's purpose. Then, discuss the style of writing - does the style help the author prove his/her point? Finally, study the introduction and conclusion of your chosen reading. Explain how the author ‘hooks' the reader in, or, conversely, if the introduction is not strong, explain why. Discuss the conclusion of the essay as well, and point out its strengths and weaknesses. Please answer these questions fully in your response (use thoughtful sentences). No less than 200 words
Historical American Works
Du Bois, W.E.B. "Of Mr. Booker T. Washington and Others" About.com: Grammar & Composition. 2012. Web. 11 May 2012.
Historic Global Works Swift, Jonathan. "A Modest Proposal" The Art Bin: Origo. n.d. Web. 11 May 2012.
Plato. "Apology" Project Gutenberg. 2008 Web. 11 May 2012.