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David Helwigs Haunted by lives unlived utilizies many of the strategies used in assignment writing Helwig mainly concentrates on anecdotes and how they relate to audience appeal but he still includes the other strategies for assignment writing Anecdotes are frequently being used in Helwigs essay Primarly he explains his teaching career and his presentation of Robert Frosts poem The Road Not Taken I sometimes presented this poem to students Helwig 55 Secondly he explains his first thoughts of his reflection of the ghost existence when I first began to reflecton the ghost existences that haunt us was something less painful 55 Also he talks about his ghost existence playing a role in his professional life in which he turns down a singing opportunity I was offered a job as one of the professional soloist at a large church 56 Following his decision to abandon a singing career he got a glimpse of what he turned down What happened in my case is that in later life I had a taste of things I had abandoned 56 Again at the end of the essay he explains the extent to which the ghost life is existent The singer I did not become the athlete or dancer or actor you did not become have an existence of some sort 57 Anecdotes strengthen the use of audience appeal factors in his essay by relating the idea of ghost existence to personal experiences which everybody experiences throughout their lives These ghost existences are at times expressed by Helwig to great extremes His metaphor of ghosts as the choices that are not taken are stretched to emphasize his vies The style in which he expresses these ghosts as being able to haunt us creates a hyperbole and if our life is defined by the choices we have made it is also haunted at least i moments of thoughtfulness by those that werent 55 Another metaphor used regret that
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