Welcome back Scrawl Nation! For this episode of Scrawl, we examined the rhetoric of love.
During the first segment, we talked about a compilation of memorable dates that some tutors have had. Kate H., Robert D., and Kathryn T. examined past love letters and scavenger clues to determine what makes them rhetorically effective, such as rhythm and the temporal space between the written work and the event. They also examined the different modalities for communication between loved ones, such as Tinder, letters, notes, and the rise of ghosting (the cutting off of communication).
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