Rhetorical Analysis

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The arguments “Woman’s Place in Man’s Life Cycle” written by Carol Gilligan and “ Confessions” written by Leo Tolstoy describe how to have a happy life and what would make life worthwhile for everyone. Gilligan argues about the relationship between men and women in her argument, and women’s development are different from men. Gilligan also argues about an intimate relationship between everyone will make life worthwhile. In Leo Tolstoy’s article, he argues for Gods because to him only people who believe in God will have a better life and live in happiness. “Woman’s Place in Man’s Life Cycle” written by Carol Gilligan describes about women’s development are different from men. While men handle problems by what they see, women usually put their emotion in…show more content…
Most of Gilligan’s audiences are women and girls because they are interesting in Gilligan’s writing about how women develop themselves to be better. Most woman put too much work and embrace the relationship while men do not. Women find themselves are easily use their feeling to know if they would do something instead of determine to do it. “Confessions” written by Leo Tolstoy in 1879-1880 and established two years later in 1882. Anyone is a religious will be his audience because they believe in God, so they would agree with Tolstoy. Some audiences may not agree with Tolstoy’s argument , but they might think about his philosophies. Tolstoy questions what he thinks about his life and explores the answer by himself, which the audience will think it is interesting. I agree with Carol Gilligan in “Woman’s Place in Man’s Life Cycle” because I believe everyone should reasonable rather than emotional when they do something. Women would successful develop themselves when they put less feeling on things. The relationship between men and women, or either between everyone will be always stay if everyone know how to give because you will get what you

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