Opposite Point of View

An opposite point of view may affect a writer in various ways. A writer can try to think up what some opposing points of views may be and implement them in their writing in order to refute those opposing points of view, and make their argument seem more credible. Another way that an opposite point of view can affect a writer is that another writer may write a piece specifically constructed to refute what the first writer has written.


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