Commonplace 13

When thinking of what to talk about for this weeks commonplace, I was quite confused. Ive had so much going on, that I truly didn’t ever sit down and just think of information I learned throughout the week. Then I remembered, I remember a quote that rang clear in my head. I have been reading […]

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Annotated Bibliography 9&10

Brandon Morales Professor Hoskins Annotated Bibliography 20 April 2017 Works Cited “Autograph Collection Hotels Adds the Mayflower Hotel to its Portfolio of Independent Hotels.” Manufacturing Close – Up, 2015, ProQuest Central, http://proxyau.wrlc.org/login?url=http://search.proquest.com/docview/1680035741?accountid=8285. Within Manufacturing Close-Up, the editorial shares how Mayflower Hotel now joins Autograph Collection Hotels, a group of strikingly independent hotels that are each […]

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Annotated Bibliography 5&6

Goldchain, Michelle. “The Mayflower Hotel Boasts New Look After $22M Renovation.” Dc.curbed.com, Curbed DC, 13 Aug. 2015, dc.curbed.com/2015/8/13/9931518/mayflower-hotel-renovation. Accessed 9 Apr. 2017. Within, “The Mayflower Hotel Boasts New Look After $22M Renovation” Michelle Goldchain shares insight to the newest renovation of the Mayflower Hotel. During the month of April, all 10 floors of Washington, D.C.’s […]

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Rhetoric Around Us

Within literature, the terms of rhetoric seem to be displayed all throughout us. During last class, we discussed the the ideals shared by EdBauer when she spoke on the triangulated ideals of the sender, receiver, and text. EdBauer continues this discussion by sharing the ideals of Warner when he states, “ public seems to be […]

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Annotated Bibliography 3/4

Source #3: Roberts, Roxanne. “A Hotel of a Certain Age; the Mayflower Celebrates its 75th with Faded Glory.” The Washington Post, Mar 24, 2000, pp. C.1, ProQuest Central, http://proxyau.wrlc.org/login?url=http://search.proquest.com/docview/408579912?accountid=8285 In her disposition of the Mayflower Hotel, and the impact of hotels in general, Roxanne Roberts gives insight to the end of “grand hotels” within the […]

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Within chapter seven of his book, City of Rhetoric, David Fleming reveals the disconnect that had arisen between those living in the Cabrini Green homes and those who are financially stable enough to live otherwise. This chapter expressed the difference in representation between the two groups; which I found quite interesting. Fleming delivers this interesting […]

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