“Shakespeare’s Sister” by Virginia Woolf

In the essay “Shakespeare’s Sister,” Woolf presents her argument about the reasons for the lack of gifted and famous women writers durin” rel=”nofollow”>ing Shakespeare’s time by makin” rel=”nofollow”>ing up a character, Judith, and tellin” rel=”nofollow”>ing a story that describes Judith’s upbrin” rel=”nofollow”>ingin” rel=”nofollow”>ing and fate. Do you thin” rel=”nofollow”>ink that Woolf strengthens her argument by usin” rel=”nofollow”>ing this unusual persuasive technique? Or does storytellin” rel=”nofollow”>ing make her argument less convin” rel=”nofollow”>incin” rel=”nofollow”>ing? In an essay, take a position on Woolf s technique and defend it with evidence from “Shakespeare’s Sister.”
“We’ll Never Conquer Space” by Arthur C. Clarke When writers critique an essay, they identify the essay’s argument and analyze the ways in” rel=”nofollow”>in which the author supports the argument. In your own essay, provide a critique of Clarke’s argument and the ways he supports it. Identify his main” rel=”nofollow”>in poin” rel=”nofollow”>ints, discuss his organization, and give your evaluation of his essay’s effectiveness.

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