The Kitchen Table Book. From her friendly tone, she is in introducing the many aspects of the book. She uses uses remedies and specific diction the book offers. Her preoccupation was to get readers to buy what she is promoting because it’s good for them to “…
Actually helping control our cholesterol. ” for her to persuade them she had a friendly tone but shifts too serious when discussion the remedies. Through the use of specific diction Garner use “common”and “inexpensive” to convince the reader to buy the book.Garner attempts to persuade the readers to buy The Kitchen Table Book which is filled with 1,427 remedies. In her letter she uses 3 remedies that are the most common to the person who maybe reading the letter. Her first remedy is “..
. Apples we used were actually helping control our cholesterol” she supports it with a flashback of how when her family would bake apple pies they were controlling there cholesterol. When she introduced the book in the letter she announces the “miracle drink” which would help “… Battle brittle bone diseases” “..
.It also fights cancer, high blood pressure and heart diseases. ” Lastly, Garner explains how if you “… Flip to page 310 to discover..
. Products that actually kills diseases-causing bacteria gets rid of mold and mildew… Even wipes out laundry stains. She describes every remedy In the book with absolute “god-send” because “..
. They are proven to slash your risk of surgery, and even blindness! ” Charlotte addresses the reader as friend In order to create a warm atmosphere to support her flashbacks, TA a personal memory which shows the reader her friendliness.Her writing Is very enthusiastic to help her readers by Informing them of the the different remedies are In the book. Words such as “common” and “Inexpensive household” let’s the reader know she Is trying to help. At the end she write “P. S..
. Free and no obligation to buy gift” was the last attempt of using her friendliness to convince her readers. In conclusion she persuades the reader by briefly talking about what’s In the book. She also gives the reader three remedy that would persuade the reader of how to prevent those diseases. Rockwell By Rockefeller rink” which would help “…
Attlee brittle bone diseases” “… It also fights cancer, high mold and mildew… Even wipes out laundry stains.
She describes every remedy in the Charlotte addresses the reader as friend in order to create a warm atmosphere to friendliness. Her writing is very enthusiastic to help her readers by informing them of the the different remedies are in the book. Words such as “common” and “inexpensive household” let’s the reader know she is trying to help. At the end she In conclusion she persuades the reader by briefly talking about what’s in the book.