The Afterword

The final chapter in David Fleming’s City of Rhetoric, is entitled “The Afterword”. In this chapter, Fleming puts together his last few thoughts by explaining that although public and low-income housing has lost importance in the public sphere as of late, he still believes it to be a major topic of concern. Throughout Fleming’s book, […]

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The New Urbanism

In David Fleming’s City of Rhetoric, there is a specific chapter entitled “The New Urbanism”. In “The New Urbanism”, Fleming discusses the ways in which urban areas are changing, and by doing so he also argues that these changes are not all positive. To illustrate his point, Fleming begins the chapter around the specific example […]

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Introduction

Hi and welcome to my Edspace for WRTG 101 Spring 2017! Here you will find a collection of posts designed to not only deepen the understanding of proper writing techniques, but also learn about and submerge myself with the built environments around me. As part of the requirements for this class, each student picks a specific location […]

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