What is the authors persona style diction or tone?

argumentative analysis: – Begin by identifying the text and author, taking care to put both into context (consider time and place of publication, relevant biographical information, the authors intended audience and even the larger conversation surrounding the topic). – What is the purpose of the text? What assumptions or beliefs is the author attempting to challenge or complicate for a specific audience? – What is the argument about, and what are the authors central claims? – Indicate the direction of your analysis. To what extent is the authors argument convincing? Why? – What appeals does the author make? Are they effective? What is the authors persona, style, diction or tone? Consider appeals to reason, trust or emotion. – How does the author use a diverse body of evidence so that his audience