AP/EN3391 3.0 M: Powers of Persuasion: Argument and Prose

Offered by: EN


Winter 2020






Calendar Description / Prerequisite / Co-Requisite

Examines how and why writing can be so persuasive that it can change history by altering what people believe to be true. With famous examples of persuasive writing of diverse styles and genres and instruction in critical stylistics and speech communication theory, students learn specific rhetorical techniques for effective persuasion. Course credit exclusions: AP/EN 3390 6.00.

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