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  • April 17, 2017 - mh9868a

    Annotated Bibliography 9 & 10

    DCCA. “Upcoming Events.” Dupont Circle Citizens Association, Jan. 2011, Accessed 17 Apr. 2017. On their upcoming events page, the Dupont Circle Citizens Association lists all of the Dupont Circle community events happening each month. Although the calendar may seem trivial, it is in fact an important part of the Dupont community because it shows the […]

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  • April 11, 2017 - mh9868a

    Annotated Bibliography 7 & 8

    Spiegel, Anna. “Neighborhood Guide: Dupont Circle.” Washingtonian, 16 Nov. 2015, Accessed 9 Apr. 2017. In her article “Neighborhood Guide: Dupont Circle,” Anna Spiegel argues that argues that, despite competition from similar DC neighborhoods, Dupont Circle is a worthy place to visit. To defend this, she first explains the activities that people can do while they are […]

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  • April 8, 2017 - mh9868a

    Annotated Bibliography 5 & 6

    Nordquist, Richard. “The Meanings of Commonplaces in Rhetoric.” ThoughtCo, 24 Dec. 2016,  Accessed 8 Apr. 2017. In his article “Commonplace (Rhetoric): Glossary of Grammatical and Rhetorical Terms,” Richard Nordquist defines rhetorical commonplace in several different ways. First, he provides a list of rhetorical devices that are often associated with a commonplace such as topoi and […]

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  • March 26, 2017 - mh9868a

    Annotated Bibliography 3 & 4

    “Dupont Circle.”, March 18, 2016. In this section for the entitled”Dupont Circle,” the website authors argue that the Dupont Circle neighborhood of Washington, DC has many activities for families and tourists to do. First, the website shows the many different activities there are in Dupont such as shopping, dining, entertainment, and fitness opportunities. […]

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  • February 20, 2017 - mh9868a

    Annotated Bibliography 1 & 2

    Hansen, Stephen. “Discussion History Dupont Circle.” 13 Jan. 2015, In a presentation of his book A History of Dupont Circle: Center of High Society in the Capital, Stephen Hansen argues that late nineteenth century society shaped Dupont Circle into the neighborhood it is today. In other words, Hansen details the nineteenth century socialites’ […]

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