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Nancy Grube Professor Armstrong English 125 Advanced Composition Essay For Amazing Grace August 7 2000 I am sure the audience that Jonathon Kozol had in mind when he wrote the article Amazing Grace was a reader like myself I believe he wanted to reach people who may not have been aware of this problem and also to reach an audience that was interested in AIDS or AIDS in the area of the Bronx He also seems to be making a plea for help from people that would like to make donations whether it would be a donation of money or time I consider myself to be part of his audience Although I was aware of the prevalence of the AIDS epidemic I was surprised the numbers in the Bronx were so high I believe generally he wanted to let the audience know that this problem existed and he certainly did that for me Kozols interaction with real life experiences is highly effective I found myself to be a very willing audience while reading this excerpt from Amazing Grace The one on one personal interviews were an attribute to the article It really gives you the feeling of being there and leaves you believing what Kozol is writing For example when the little girl spoke about where her pets slept I could visualize the sleeping arrangements between the family and the animals However I found myself questioning the amount of pets being owned and fed by a family that was so poor but almost immediately dismissed it when I weighed it in my mind with the pleasure it gave to the little girl to have these pets I also questioned the father of the little girl cooking shrimp for dinner wondering how someone could afford that But I dont know where that shrimp came from Perhaps Kozol could have lightly remarked on that after all it does seem
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