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It is crucially important for every individual to master the art and skill of writing particularly in the present age considering its tremendous use and application both in academic and professional domains. Today, in the 21st century, people write as never before—in print and online (Yancey 1). Some of the things that I learned in depth during this semester were the different styles of writing and citation, the strategies of effective interviewing, and the methodology of conducting literature review and conduct research. This semester will be one of the most useful episodes of education for me throughout my life given I intend to be a researcher whether or not my career is eventually academics or industry oriented.My rhetorical analysis project was Mimicking the Sadness of Human Nature: The Monkey Painter Analysis. As the title suggests, the painting that I analyzed in this project was The Monkey Painter by Alexandre Gabriel Decamps. The main idea Decamp wanted to convey through this painting was to elaborate the effects as well as solutions for the natural emotion of sadness experienced by human beings. This was a very interesting and thought-provoking analysis as I learned many interesting philosophical realities such as, There are two types of people in the world: those who prefer to be sad among others and those who prefer to be sad alone (Krauss). This assignment taught me how to make effective use of ego, pathos, and logos to make the writing convincing and appealing to the audience. My tendency to be biased in writing was a significant challenge I had to deal with in this project. The condition placed in the assignment that disallowed students to use first person language helped in making the writing unbiased to some extent because I was constantly reminded that I did not have to foster my personal views upon the readers as I write. This project taught

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