In a coherent essay, analyze and develop an argument about how Thomas King uses an argumentative strategy (or multiple interrelated strategies) in a short passage of your choosing (ideally no longer than a page) from The Truth About Stories. Your essay should go beyond simply identifying the example as a specific argumentative strategy, and instead make a specific argument about how Thomas King is using the strategy, as evidenced in that example, to advance his own argument. (You will likely need to briefly explain what King’s argument in your chosen passage is in order to explain how King uses argumentative strategies to make that argument). You will need to use textual evidence from your chosen passage (ex. short quotations, paraphrase, details from the text, etc.) to support your argument. Make sure that your essay advances a specific, coherent, and manageable argument expressed in a concise manner.Some examples of argumentative strategies: pathos, ethos, logos, establishing common ground, making concessions, acknowledging the strengths of opposing viewpoints, demonstrating the weaknesses of opposing viewpoints. Use no more than 250 words for your essay (i.e., approximately the length of one well-developed paragraph). If answers exceed this limit, only the first 250 words will be read.