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1.: There are four things that you need to do in order to successfully complete this module's discussion questions assignment. ...

on questions assignment. First, if you have not already done so, read pages 381-382 in the textbook. Second, complete the discussion questions that appear below. Please copy and paste the questions onto a Word document; then, type your responses after each question. To view the questions, please scroll down. Third, in the textbook, read “A Modest Proposal” by Jonathan Swift (pages 214-222) and “How to Raise a Pimp” by Darryl L. Fortson, M.D. (pages 231-233). Fourth, complete the discussion questions regarding “A Modest Proposal” and “How to Raise a Pimp.” Again, please copy and paste the questions onto a Word document; then, type your responses after each question. To view the questions, please scroll down. Due Date: Please see the Canvas announcement regarding this assignment. Final Thoughts: Good luck with this assignment. You do not need to write an essay response to each question, so please do not do so. In fact, you should be able to successfully respond to each question in several sentences or a paragraph at most. If you have any questions or concerns, please feel free to e-mail or call me. Discussion Questions Pages 381-382 1. On pages 381-382, there is paragraph about tropical fish. Please quote the author’s stated claim exactly as it appears in the paragraph. (Hint: the stated claim is one sentence long.) 2. On pages 381-382, there is paragraph about tropical fish. Since this paragraph is a satire, you know that the stated claim is not what the author truly believes, so please paraphrase the author’s implied claim. (Hint: the implied claim should be one sentence in length.) 3. On page 382, there is paragraph about circuses. Please quote the author’s stated claim exactly as it appears in the paragraph. (Hint: the stated claim is one sentence long.) 4. On pages 381-382, there is paragraph about circuses. Since this paragraph is a satire, you know that the stated claim is not what the author truly believes, so please paraphrase the author’s implied claim. (Hint: the implied claim should be one sentence in length.) Discussion Questions “A Modest Proposal” by Jonathan Swift 1. The author of the work is not the same individual who is making the claim. In fact, Swift assumes a persona, the persona of someone he, hopefully, is not. List some of the characteristics of his alter-ego. 2. What is the proposer’s (we will use the word proposer to identify the individual making the claims) attitude toward the beggars he describes in the opening paragraphs? 3. In one sentence, paraphrase the proposer’s stated claim. 4. In one sentence, paraphrase the proposer’s implied claim. 5. According to the proposer, what are some of the issues that need correcting? 6. How does the use of facts and statistics help to bolster the proposer’s credibility? 7. Who will be the beneficiaries of this modest proposal? 8. Identify at least four good things that will come from this modest proposal. 9. Does the proposer address any arguments that might be raised against his modest proposal? If so, how does he address them? 10. Looking at the final paragraph, why does the proposer end his modest proposal in this manner? 11. Who is the intended audience of this satire? 12. Did you enjoy this satire? Why? 13. Does this satire have any relevance for us reading it today? If so, what is it? Discussion Questions “How to Raise a Pimp” by Darryl L. Fortson, M.D. 1. In one sentence, paraphrase the author’s stated claim. 2. In one sentence, paraphrase the author’s implied claim. 3. According to the author, what are the four things that one must do in order to raise a pimp? 4. Who is the intended audience of this satire? 5. What is the author trying to accomplish with his satire? 6. Did you enjoy this satire? Why? 7. Do you think this satire is effective? Why?
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