Rhetoric in "Shakespeare's Sister"
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The paper explores the effectiveness of Woolf's argument in her essay on "Shakespeare's Sister" and focuses on Woolf's usage of quotation, invention and tone that combine to persuade us as to the veracity of her argument. The paper shows how through these tools of rhetoric, Woolf achieves the significant task of defying traditional modes of perceiving the masculine and feminine genders.
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