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Can you sympathize with a SERIAL KILLER?

(How about one who’s NOT this guy:)

(Michael C. Hall as Dexter in Dexter, 2006-13)

1. Rhetoric (Speech asking for leniency in sentencing convicted bad guy): 53 more words

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Can you sympathize with a member of the TALIBAN?

1. Rhetoric (Speech asking for leniency in sentencing convicted bad guy):

SPEECH (text)

SPEECH (video)

2. Drama (Scene of pity, in which a ploy for sympathy is enacted between characters on stage): 33 more words

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Get Shipped Out

Yesterday afternoon I was told that I would be going to help out some of my new fellow KPMG employees.

So today I woke up early and drove all the way to Grapevine. 209 more words

Can you sympathize with a NAZI?

Should you? Ever?

1. Rhetoric (Speech asking for leniency in sentencing convicted bad guy):

SPEECH (text)

SPEECH (video)

2. Drama (Scene of pity, in which a ploy for sympathy is enacted between characters on stage): 31 more words

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Can you sympathize with a RACIST BIGOT?

(Edward Furlong in American History X, 1998)

1. Rhetoric (Speech asking for leniency in sentencing convicted bad guy):

SPEECH (text)

SPEECH (video)

2. Drama (Scene of pity, in which a ploy for sympathy is enacted between characters on stage): 32 more words

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We're Funded! (ArtiPeeps Update)

I haven’t put out an ArtiPeeps Update for a while because I’ve been immersed in all things Transformations. However, I received very good news this week that the grant bid I put in to… 397 more words

Poetry

Can you sympathize with a VIOLENT GANG MEMBER and murderer?

(J.D. Williams as Boadie in The Wire, 2002-07)

1. Rhetoric (Speech asking for leniency in sentencing convicted bad guy):

SPEECH (text)

SPEECH (video)

2. Drama (Scene of pity, in which a ploy for sympathy is enacted between characters on stage): 30 more words

Group Projects