Name Instructor Course Date Quandaries of Representation by Mona El-GhobashyThe article Quandaries of Representation is written by Mona El-Ghobashy. In it El-Ghobashy narrates the numerous obstacles that other Muslim women and her face in the United States of America (USA). The publication of this article took place after it had been featured and published in the famous Arab and Arab American Feminisms in the year 2011. The book Arab and Arab American Feminisms (Gender Violence and Belonging) was later edited in 2015 by the likes of Abdulhadi R. Asultany E. and Nabe N. The main aim of this article was to show the predicaments that women of the Muslim religion faced in their lives and stay in the states. Ultimately despite the fact that El-Ghobashy has engaged in numerous publications and researches the uniqueness of this article stands out better. As such she does not allude to her previous In summation the arguments presented by El-Ghobashy in the Quandaries of Representation have significant effects on the fundamental issue of religious bias in the United States. The presentation of the article is vividly essential in upholding the basic aspects of emotional connectivity logic and consequently her recognition as an iconic figure in the fight for women recognition and empowerment. The use of narration and direct quotations helps to bring out the required perspectives and emotions regarding the subject matter. Additionally her allusion to her personal interactions with people from all walks of life in diverse locations and places help to ascertain the validity of her arguments regarding the subject matter. Work Cited Top of Form Top of Form Abdulhadi Rabab Evelyn Alsultany and Nadine C. Naber. Arab & Arab American Feminisms: Gender Violence & Belonging. Syracuse N.Y: Syracuse University Press 2011. Internet resource. Bottom of Form Bottom of Form [...]
You will compose an essay that summarizes, analyzes, and evaluates Quandaries of Representation. You will then write an essay that first summarizes, then analyzes, and finally evaluates the text. You will need to identify what it is the writer is arguing and how they make that argument; use the Steps to Writing a Rhetorical Analysis handout as a guideline. Be sure to include evidence from the text to illustrate and support your analysis. Finally, assess the text and explain why you think the argument is or isn't strong. Include the writers appeals to ethos, pathos, and logos in you analysis. UNDERLINE THESIS.