Telling us a story of him and his friend, and how they felt when a girl passed by with her pink shorts. He tells us about a weird feeling In his stomach when he checks the girl out. A felling that he had never felt but that brought to him Interest on that topic we see this when he says, “How? I 33). He kept wondering until college. In college he was still questioning a lot of things, but with a lot more depth. He tells us the story of how his roommate hangs playboy pictures on his wall.
He says how he is tempted and there is times when desire takes over. Here it gets somewhat confusing, and he brings in the references strategy. He quotes a line from books and he bases his conclusion upon discussing the quote. He doesn’t always agree with them in a way he even mocks them. I think that he cites a lot of quotes to simplify his explanation but also to show that a lot of people also wonder about the intrigued mystery of desire and women. And of course to show that there are many theories out there but he doesn’t believe in all.
Sander also wonders how women feel and if they put on makeup and dresses owe they dress on purpose or is it Just normal. Him wondering this brought disgust to him. For example it says, “Whatever their motives, these women had chosen to put themselves on display. ” Here he starts wondering why women display so much. And then a couple of line down he say, “Men ogling such photographs, are supposed to feel that were so much surface is revealed there can be no depth. ” Here he is trying to get his evidence to make sense.
He realizes how those girls in the pictures aren’t even looking at the men Just a camera lenses. Sing all this strategies Sanders gets through us the point that people (guys In general) should see a woman as they are (personality wise) more than a Barbie. It works very well and it keeps us interested In the topic. Sanders, Scott. “looking at women. ” The Norton Readers. De India H. Petersen et el. Tenth editing. New York. W. C Norton, 2000. (132-142) Looking at Women(Analytical Essay) By Azalea Russell Sanders is analyzing why this happens, but also shows that he doesn’t agree to it.
The strategies that sanders seem to use the most are illustration, references, questioning and also how his style of writing turns something complex into a simpler Sander starts off with an illustration. Telling us a story of him and his friend, and feeling in his stomach when he checks the girl out. A felling that he had never felt but that brought to him interest on that topic we see this when he says, “How? I wonder”(133). He kept wondering until college. Using all this strategies Sanders gets through us the point that people (guys in works very well and it keeps us interested in the topic.