Marian Lewes Writing Development Summary

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Marian Evans Lewes’ Writing Development Marian Evans Lewes writes about the struggles of becoming an exceptional writer, through her usage of persuasive rhetorical strategies. Here she uses multiple analogies to prove her point that the outcome result of your hard work may or may not be what you had hoped for. She writes “exultation is a dream before achievement, and rarely comes after” telling her reader that before every dream there is happiness, but it’s only for that short amount of time. After your achievement there may be nothing to exult about anymore. In which she describes as “like offspring, developing and growing by some force of which one’s own life has only served as a vehicle...what is left of oneself is a poor husk.” Life

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