Rhetorical Analysis : I Never Was The Writer Who Lived A Rich Life Grand With Detailed Stories

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I never was the writer who lived a rich life grand with detailed stories that gave them initial inspiration on my creation of a character, detail of a line or the crafting of a setting/scenario. I just started with something out of the ordinary and built off it. I will say that the only initial theme quantities I enforce are biblical allusions or themes that work as political commentary on religious matter. No matter what I am writing about it try my best to express a political statement or opinion. I will say that the array of topics discussed and imagery used in this short collection is my attempt to remain diverse and produce a broaden voice that covers a multitude of cultural topics, the way I see it is that even though there is more than one popular culture in the world they are all relatable and contains elements of each other within their own teachings. I want my messages and voice to be relatable to any culture, I want to use that diversity in my voice to find a home for my work that lies in between the lines. In attempting such a feat I have learned some valuable lessons about my own writing, values I can categorize in the two groups of strengths and weaknesses.
The strengths are easiest to find and easiest to talk about. I have an original/fresh take in using imagery to make connections between objects that by themselves do not support any ideal of excellence. I 've also compressed my writing down to only a few lines which aids my explosive writing style the best.…

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