According to Gerald Graff and Cathy Birkenstein in They Say/I Say, Chapter 5, what is a naysayer? Why do Graff and Birkenstein argue, “[N]o single device more quickly improves a piece of writing than planting a naysayer in the text”? In other words, how do naysayers increase a text’s credibility or ethos? What possible naysayers sources (counterarguments) have you included in your Annotated Bibliography?
Don’t forget that in order to be eligible to receive full credit for this discussion post, you must complete the prompt above and cite evidence from the reading to support your claims. In addition to your original posting to the discussion prompt, you must also respond to at least two peers postings. Please consult the discussion rubric (located in the syllabus) for grading criteria.
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