Texts can be in different forms such as sacred text, articles, research journals, essays and many more. Every test has a different tale or story tell but what intrigued me throughout my life is that how a single piece of writing can be such multi-dimensional and such imperative. With the later part of my life out of curiosity I began to inquire more and more so I began to comprehend more. It was really astonishing for me to observe that every single piece of writing is written with a part of history to support it. Out of nowhere I realized that every single text is trying to express the author’s view which make every single statement rheoretical, compulsive and strategic.
As I began to analyze more, I came to a conclusion that every piece of writing is an author’s strategy to convince people about it. Whether it be by pathos, ethos or logos. There’s always a certain hidden purpose behind every set of writing which a good reader could comprehend. There’s a certain linguistic appeal to a set of writing. As with the advent of new era, multimodal strategies are the best ways to explicate writing materials.
One of the main idea behind writing any form of text is to persuade the audience. Aristotle implies three important strategies; pathos, ethos and logos. By following these strategies a rheoretic writing comes into being. If you are trying to convince the audience on base of reputation if follows ethos. If you are trying to appeal them with their feelings or emotions then that implies pathos. While logos is based on statistical data or argument driven. So in this metamorphosis of learning more and more about the situating sources of texts. It has changed my idea of reading and especially composing of texts. Therefore, from now on the composing of every single text could be more strategic and convincing. While the approach towards any source would be more generalized by answering few simple question. For e.g. who’s the author of the source? How might political, social, religious, or economic events occurring at the same time have influenced the production of the source? And how might common beliefs or trends during this time period have influenced the production of the source? So by answering these questions, it can also influence my writing.