Jun. 8th, 2013

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Purpose: To justify John Doe’s actions and to argue the point using close-reading and evidence form the film.

Audience: A general audience, those familiar with the film.

Tone: Straight-forward, thoughtful, intriguing.

Thesis: In the film Se7en, the two main detectives believe John Doe’s actions to be acts of passion brought on by insanity, but they are, from Doe’s perspective, acts told to be done by God that show the world the universal inability to avoid sin.

Pattern of development: Argumentation-persuasion.

Organizational approach: Emphatic approach.



I. What are the consequences of not breaking through the naivety to sin? What are the consequences if you do?
a. The consequences of not breaking leads to a sinful life.
b. The consequences of breaking the barrier could lead to prison or bad standing with the law.
II. Why is it important to break through the naivety?
a. You could end up being oblivious to sin.
b. People won’t want to make you a part of things; you’ll be “outcasted”.
c. Your personal salvation is at stake.
III. John Doe breaks through the barriers to show sin.
a. He commits the murders based on sin.
b. He explains his motives.
c. He completes his game.

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