Essay about Judge John Hibbett
The organization of the article starts off with the author speaking the death of Judge John Hibbett DeWitt on March 7,1937. The author then goes on to talk about his being born on September 21,1872 in Sumner County, Tennessee. The author begins to talk about Judge H. DeWitt’s father and two ancestors informing us that they were Revolutionary soldiers. The author then tells readers about his education and the beginning of his law career. The author later goes on to tell readers that Governor Austin Peay appointed Judge DeWitt an associate justice. Finally the author concludes with the death of Judge DeWitt shortly after his vacation in 1936. The authors writing style was in paragraph form complying with most readers reading style. There were no photographs or even charts to catch the reader’s eyes making readers imagine as they read.
Although the article taught me a little about Tennessee’s history, I would not recommend it. The article was not interesting at all. The author showed no effort in trying to draw me into the article and about Judge H. DeWitt’s life. Yes the judge accomplished a lot of goals but the author never told readers why he wanted to accomplish these