The Youngest Daughter

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They may be aware on some level that events are open to interpretation, and that what they read or see is just one of many versions of "what might have happened." It’s a fast-paced thriller with multiple points-of-view, including that of the kidnapper and the kidnapped daughter. PROCATALEPSIS (Greek "anticipation"): Procatalepsis is a rhetorical strategy in which the writer raises an objection and then immediately answers it; by doing so, the rhetor seeks to strengthen his argument by dealing with possible objections before his audience can raise counter-arguments.

Pages: 145

Publisher: Rowan Andriotakis; 1 edition (December 9, 2015)


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