Rhetorical Analysis on "Growing up in the Crossfire"
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In this article, the writer reviews the essay titled, "Growing Up in the Crossfire" by Modris Eksteins. The writer explains that the essay involves a Latvian expatriate who moved to Canada as a child following World War II. The writer maintains that from a historical, emotional and intellectual point of view, the article is flawless and discusses the subject matter and the style of the article.
From the Paper:"It outlines all the historical aspects of war we have heard time and time again, but adds to it the personal experiences of a man whose family has experienced generations of war. Eksteins' writing style is evident at the beginning of the article: frank and intelligent, brimming with imagery and as engaging as any novel. (However, the shocking twists and turns the author is to reveal are all ..."
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