Rhetorical Analysis Of 'Cleaning: The Final Feminist Frontier'

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The assignment given was to break down a breakdown of an essay. Initially this might seem like looking into the reflection of a reflection. Could this be the beginning of a cycle that would never end? An essay written by Harriet Clark, a dedicated employee of the College Writing Center at Meramec, a useful resource located on the campus at the St. Louis Community College. This sample essay, written in rhetorical format, is about Jessica Grose’s article, “Cleaning: The Final Feminist Frontier” (Grose). Clarks rhetorical analysis includes margin notes clearly defining each component of a properly written paper. But how does one do a deconstruction of something that is already deconstructed by a professional? Going back to the basics by reviewing