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I’m working on a english report and need support to help me learn.Salter — Evaluation and Response Link to Salters Essay: https://archive.nytimes.com/www.nytimes.com/librar… 3 full pgs. (minimum), typed, 12 pt., double spaced. FIRST: Include an introduction (your first paragraph) that contextualizes the discussion before launching into the sections/requirements listed below. Introduce Salter and his essay. Give a brief summary of the gist of his argument. Your thesis (last line of the introduction) will basically assess the overall argument of Salter without going into a lot of detail (the questions below will take care of that). In other words, your thesis should answer this question: Does Salter write an effective argument (in terms of his techniques)? Remember, your answer should basically be…no (there are some issues with his techniques/methods and your thesis should highlight those areas that are a problem).NEXT: The body of the paper is divided into three sections. Please observe this order when writing your paper. Also, don’t write out the questions-simply address each as you go. Notice that the first questions in each section ask you to analyze Salter’s methods/techniques and the last question (*) in each section allow you to give your own opinion regarding his claims.SECTION 1. The importance of LANGUAGE/LITERATURE How does Salter make his case for the importance of language/literature? What methods does he use to make his argument? What does he draw upon and/or use as proof? Analyze and evaluate his techniques. Do these techniques/methods work? * Do you think language/literature is important? If no, how so? If yes, how so? (without using his arguments)SECTION 2. The DISASTER-CRISIS How does Salter prove the problem (disaster)? What methods does he use to make his argument? What does he draw upon and/or use as proof? Analyze and evaluate his techniques. Do these techniques/methods work? * Do you think there is a disaster occurring or about to occur? Has literature lost its place? Can you provide some evidence?SECTION 3. The THREAT behind itHow does Salter identify and prove that popular culture is the culprit? What methods does he use to make his argument? What does he draw upon and/or use as proof? Analyze and evaluate his techniques. Do these techniques/methods work? * Do you think popular culture is the threat it is made out to be? Is it the reason literature might be under fire?Note: When analyzing his argument, be specific in your analysis. Example: If you contend that Salter’s persona is elitist and too self-promoting also point us to the appropriate place in the article where this is evident-i.e. perhaps when he makes up a word and tries to put himself on the same level of Shakespeare. If you think he makes a hasty generalization (fallacy), point to an example and show how it is a hasty generalization.
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