Read this excerpt from the point of view of addie bundren's son jewel in as i lay
and now them others sitting there, like buzzards. waiting,
fanning themselves. because i said if you wouldn't keep on
sawing and nailing at it until a man cant sleep even and her
hands laying on the quilt like two of them roots dug up and tried
to wash and you couldn't get them clean. i can see the fan and
dewey dell's arm. i said if you'd just let her alone.
which statement best explains how faulkner uses a modernist technique in this
a. he omits large portions of the narrative to force readers to draw their
b. he creates a character who is angry and impatient and who talks to
c. he uses inconsistent punctuation to show that jewel is mentally
d. he captures the frustrated, disjointed way jewel is thinking and feeling.
ethos is an appeal to ethics, and it is a means of convincing someone of the character or credibility of the persuader. pathos is an appeal to emotion, and is a way of convincing an audience of an argument by creating an emotional response. logos is an appeal to logic, and is a way of persuading an audience by reason.
i'm assuming since this is your opinion, you're able to use personal pronouns, so here's a basic intro paragraph for you. feel free to make as many edits as you'd like.
i disagree with the mayor making our city have a television-free week. many people need to watch tv to know what the weather will be like so that they can prepare for their day. parents may also rely on cartoons to entertain their children while they take care of other things at home. besides, it'd just be disappointing to wake up on the weekends and be unable to watch any sports! therefore, i don't think having a television-free week is a good idea at all.