Below is a link to the rhetorical analysis I did of King Corn. I originally struggled while writing this document and was not truly satisfied with the piece. However, the paragraph below was the saving grace of the paper.
"Overall, King Corn is relatively gentle in its message. It does not
does not stand upon the soapbox, but shows the reality of corn in America today
and how it is affecting Americans in all walks of life. The ideas are never too
sharp, even though they are at times unsettling, and the overall feeling at the
close is one of hope and progress. All of this stems from the way in which the
film interacts with its viewer. Using simple and effective strategies, the
filmmakers of King Corn have created a piece that speaks to all types of
in a different and fresh way. King Corn uses each brilliantly placed
draw its viewer closer and closer until, without realizing, the viewer has
become connected both cerebrally and emotionally with every character, issue
and message that exists within the film."
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Rhetorical Analysis Of The Original
Reflection On Original Rhetorical Analysis
Below I have provided a link to the revised version of my rhetorical
analysis. I decided not to include an excerpt here because there was no
particular section that changed drastically. Instead, my revision reveals a
number of small changes whose effects cannot be felt within the confines of a
short excerpt. I know that reading the entire paper may seem like extra work,
encourage you to do just that as I believe it is one of my best pieces of
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The DVD cover of King Corn.