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ENGLISH I 1613PAPER 7KILLING FOR SPORTKilling for Sport by Joseph Wood Krutch is an opinionated work on the subject of hunting for sport He uses rational appeals to press the point of the sportsman as having less to gain out of the killing than the liar the thief or the murderer Josephs primary aim is to persuade the reader to his view on killing for sport He uses the evaluation mode to reason out the logic behind his argumentThe writer persuades the reader to the side of the anti-sport hunter by stating killing for killings sake is a terrifying phenomenon Krutch uses rational comparisons to assert his point Most wicked deeds are done because the doer proposes some good for himself There is emotional persuasion used when the writer sights the hunter as gratuitously evil The writer also characterizes the hunters by saying they merely prefer death to life darkness to light The writer claims that killing for sport should not be continuedThe dominant mode of the paper is evaluation Many of his stronger arguments use comparison and contrast to show the difference between the good and the bad He seems to get nothing other than the satisfaction of saying Something which wanted to live is dead On the other hand the killer for food receives life in return for his killing further stating that the hunter for sport is evil This work clearly exposes gaming hunters and expresses how senseless it is to kill for fun Krutch identifies hunting as a reality of evil because we know it is wrong to kill without purposeThere is a secondary descriptive mode used to illuminate the readers imagination and give them insight into the working of the hunter character I believe Krutch used the evaluation mode to create a distinctive persuasive description of the hunter Joseph Krutch has done a very effective job on this persuasive topic Through the persuasive aim and the evaluation
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