what approach do essayists, like Emerson and Thoreau, often take to draw conclusions about a subject?
A. they ask reader to consider questions then draw conclusions.
B. they present a series of facts about a subject and let the reader draw conclusions.
C. they draw conclusions based on a public opinion and then present them.
D. they explore a subject from different angles to draw conclusions.
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Which do you believe it is?
was thinking it was B
it depends on the type of essay. a persuasive essay is very opinionated, whereas a literary analysis piece will be all factual. think about the type of essay these two men write.
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i would link the essay but its pretty long tbh
i take it you've read it. is it opinionated (contains commentary from the author) or is it concrete details (basically, info-dumping material from other sources into a single essay)?
After reading a couple of his essays, he uses a variety of perspectives to derive a conclusion on a matter. Whatever that be.
He was known as a transcendentalist and as such he promoted spirit's ascension to the divine. To do so he had to use angles of thoughts present in the society at the time, to effectively convince the readers his point of view as well as what he thinks is the conclusion.
By no means he argued that he was the only one right.
I hope that you can exclude ABC leaving out your answer.