Style Descriptors I. Voice/Audience/Attitude A. Primary audience: For whom is the writer writing, both explicitly amp; implicitly?

Style Descriptors I. Voice/Audience/Attitude A. Primary audience: For whom is the writer writing, both explicitly & implicitly? Exx.: Peers/classmates; coterie; readers of a particular type of book or magazine; general informed readers; mentors/teachers; book reviewers; etc. Name at least two periodicals (other than the one in which it actually appeared) that it might be appropriate for. B. Rhetorical/perlocutionary purpose: Why is the writer ostensibly writing this? Exx.: To persuade; to inform; to bear witness; to opine; to entertain; to relate; etc C. Point of view: What narrative voice does the writer use? Exx.: Third person singular-omniscient; third person singular-limited; first person singular-authoritative; first person singular-confidential, first person plural-editorial; etc. D. Register: How would you describe the general tone of the authors work? Exx.: Formal; scholarly; journalistic; poetic; epistolary; didactic; sermonic; hortatory; oratorical; eulogistic; reflectiv