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Student Instructor Course Date Words Can Kill 1. Define the project The essay on Haiti Words Can Kill is an essay that was written by Rebecca Solnit’s who wrote a very insightful article about the dangers that Haiti witnessed. This earthquake was tremendous and powerful earthquakes that hit the island and that brought a devastating effect on the people of Haiti. Consequently the essay written by Rebecca Solnit is one of the most insightful articles which show how the people of Haiti were mistreated by the police due to the increase in the number of crimes in the country (Solnit 125). The offenses in the country are greatly influenced by every disaster that occurs in any country in this case Haiti where crimes against humanity were using their energy to help the people affected and in need. These headlines lead to the obsession of the media to terming the people as looters even though they had a different meaning to the statements they make; it changes the whole story. Therefore it becomes difficult for Rebecca Solnit to successfully achieve her purpose because the media always has a way of being listened to; this is because the words they use portray a very different meaning to both the armed authorities and people affected. Words such as ‘looters’ and ‘panic’ are words that kill and may lead to destruction and hate among the people in the city of Haiti. Works Cited Solnit Rebecca. The encyclopedia of trouble and spaciousness. Trinity University Press 2014 125-132. [...]

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IW #4: Coming to Terms with Solnit Using Joseph Harris's steps, come to terms with the essay "In Haiti, Words Can Kill" by Rebecca Solnit. Your response should reflect a thorough understanding of both Solnit's text and the coming to terms approach; please number and label each step as a subheading in your document, and compose your response to each step in paragraph(s) form. Please review the information below to guide your process. 1. Define the project Consider aims, methods, and materials; refer back to Rewriting chapter or lecture for the questions that accompany these points. Connect purpose to audience. 2. Note keywords and passages Choose 2-3 keywords and/or passages; quote them directly in your response. Which moments of the text stand out to you, and why? What makes it a key passage? Do not only summarize the passages; illuminate your understanding of them. 3. Assess uses and limits Uses: Consider what methods and materials are particularly effective, what arguments or ideas are most well-developed, the perspectives she illuminates most clearly, the moments of insight, whether she successfully achieves her purpose. Limits: Consider what perspectives are beyond the border of her essay (not included), what arguments or ideas are not clearly presented or well-developed, the methods and materials that are not effective, the moments of blindness. Requirements Length 2-3 pages Times, size 12 Double-spaced, 1" margins Heading: your name, my name, assignment name, due date Printed and stapled

Subject Area: Journalism

Document Type: Reports

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