Monthly Archives: March 2020

Post #7: The Feminist Perspective

The Rhetorical Situation The Wedding Singer is a 1998 romantic-comedy set in the ’80s starring Adam Sandler and Drew Barrymore. In the movie, Sandler plays Robbie Hart, a wedding singer who’s fiance breaks off their engagement at their wedding ceremony. … Continue reading

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Post# 6: A Neo-Marxist Analysis of Dexter

The Rhetorical Situation Dexter is a television series categorized as a crime drama that stars Michael C. Hall. Dexter Morgan, the main character of the show, is a sociopathic serial killer who learns to act normal in order to hide … Continue reading

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Post #5: A Fantasy Theme Analysis of “More Cowbell”

Rhetorical Situation The Saturday Night Live skit “More Cowbell” originally aired on April 8, 2000, and has since left its mark on many Americans who continue to use the famous line that the skit is named after, “More Cowbell”. It … Continue reading

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