1. In no more than 200 words, briefly explain Jane Tompkins’ exigency and kairos in “Indians: Textualism, Morality, and the Problem of History.”
2.What do deliberative arguments typically aim to do? Explain and provide an example of a current deliberative argument.
3. In no more than 200 words, discuss how Jane Tompkins organizes her essay. Your charting will help you with this.
4. In no more than 500 words, discuss three specific strategies Jane Tompkins uses to appeal to reason (logos), to emotions (pathos), and to establish credibility (ethos) in “Indians: Textualism, Morality, and the Problem of History.” You must provide textual support for each appeal anduse correct MLA in-text citations. No introduction, conclusion, or Works Cited page needed–just get right into the analysis. Oh, and make sure to use the literary present tense and use those pesky apostrophes correctly.