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[ edit ] Overview of Rhetorical Analysis A RHETORICAL ANALYSIS REFERS TO THE PROCESS OF ANALYZING A TEXT, GIVEN SOURCE OR ARTIFACT. The text, source, or artifact may be in written form or in some different sort of communication.
The Rhetorical Triangle (Taken from Writing Arguments , Chapter 4)
Seech (2005) states that there can be many uses for language. For example, sometimes we wish to simply convey information. Sometimes we wish to persuade someone of something (i.e., reasons for believing).
Contributors: Allen Brizee.