Creative Fiction: “Entrepó”

Last summer of the Year of the Revolution The First Unit split into three: the sapphire hearts, the ruby stars, the emerald diamonds; the Second Unit argued about whether sapphires and rubies would join The Third Unit didn’t care I was part of the Third Unit, Yet at the time, I knew nothing Politics meant nothing … Continue reading Creative Fiction: “Entrepó”

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To Instruct and Delight the Reader or To Expand Radically the Reader’s Role

The nature of rhetorical criticism, as Sonja K. Foss explains, occurs in our day-to-day lives. Because “[h]ow we perceive, what we know, what we experience, and how we act are the results of the symbols we create and the symbols we encounter in the world,” consequently, “we engage in a process of thinking about symbols, … Continue reading To Instruct and Delight the Reader or To Expand Radically the Reader’s Role