From He to She in First Grade by Laurie Frankel Article Analysis
.though I wouldn’t tell you not to say things about this piece like “it would be more convincing with more data” (partially because that’s true of most arguments), I’d also say that this is almost entirely about the feelings (particularly around love and integrity–to one’s own beliefs or feelings about what feels right), and the logical case Frankel makes around her own thoughts on the matter. I’m also far from convinced she wants you to think she’s “right,” as I’m pretty sure she’s not sure that there is a right and a wrong choice here.
If she doesn’t want you to think her decision is right, what does she want you to think?
How well does she make her case and how?