Roger Sales depicts how he “notices the wreckage of personal appearance in others, whereas the naval officers inhabit a world in which ships are wrecked and lives are lost.” The stark contrast between Sir Walter Elliot’s values and the men in the navys emphasises the disparity between classes which permeates Austen’s novel.Roger Sales equates the “wreckage” of a ship to Sir Walter Elliot’s idea of an unattractive person which emanates the shallow, self absorbed values of the upper class.
The writer has to back up his or her argument with hard evidence.
There are some of you out there that wish they had a Dr.
Seuss or Shakespeare gene because you feel writing isn’t your forte. Writing just a few lines can seem like a daunting task.
are thrown out the window and the writer has to convince the reader of his or her beliefs just with the use of his or her own words.
For the sake of lack of facts, the writer has to come up with their own ideas and opinions that can stir up emotion in the reader so much so that they agree with the writer’s opinion.