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In her passage, Katherine Butler Hathaway says that she could not risk showing to any man that it was possible for her to think and have love. By introducing the word “man”, she illustrations to whom are her fears directed to, thus the reason why she cannot take the risk (Putman 321).
This concept brings on board the concept of time. Analogy relates and compares similar aspects or situations, given a condition or an occasion. Katherine Butler Hathaway uses the word “repeated” in her passage when she talks about her encounters with the mirror. She also uses the word “tendency” when she writes about her forgetting of things she had seen. Repeated and tendency offers a comparison at a point in time (Putman 335). Repeated in this case measures how much often she interacts with the mirror while tendency presents the frequency with which the author of the passage forgets the things she sees.
Another warrant that the conclusion by the author is based on is the sign. The sign tries to assert the truth of the claim by pointing out to a thing or things that are actually linked to that truth that is said to support the claim. It is possible that normal people may not consider Katherine Butler Hathaway beautiful or worth to love due to her condition. Her condition here is the sign, and her experiences given her state is evidence enough to this claim.
Statements by experts are also used to warrant claims. These statements are commonly known as expert testimonies. The statement, “I thought of sexual love as an honor that was too great and too beautiful for the body in which I was doomed to live" has been used to warrant the author’s claim in her conclusion about the relationship between love and beauty (Putman
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