Indian Education And The Lesson Essay

1067 Words Nov 3rd, 2016 5 Pages
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My Purpose Statement According to Yagelski (2015) ‘Comparative analysis is not just a manner of comparing two things’. The purpose of this paper is to compare, synthesize and rhetorically analyze the following two articles ‘Indian Education by Sherman Alexie and The Lesson by Toni Cade Bambara. We will look at the separate ideas, themes or elements into a coherent new idea while comparing the articles. It is an in-depth understanding of the two core reading topics of importance to writer and the readers. The intended audience of the paper are the professor, instructor and my fellow coarse mate who are in the same struggle with me. The paper will be sub divided into introduction, comparison and conclusion.

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Introduction

‘Indian Education’ by Sherman Alexie and the lesson by Toni Cade Bambara on the platonic level, showcases a lined-up of difference and similar tone of works. Alexie `s school experiences as a young teenager was basically to project and bring his reader close to his ordeals while Toni Cade address how knowledge is the means by which one can escape out of poverty in her story the lesson. As we go down the trail of this paper we will affirm on the similarities and the…

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