Bill Sherwonit’s “Twelve Ways of Viewing Alaska’s Wild, White Sheep”

Read and reread Bill Sherwonit’s “Twelve Ways of Viewing Alaska’s Wild, White Sheep”
a) Talk about a line or a passage that does something to you as a reader a passage that stirs sorrow, or anger, or joy, or worry. How exactly does Sherwonit accomplish this effect? In other
words, why are you moved (stirred emotionally) rather than unmoved?
b) How exactly would you describe Sherwonit’s voice? Find a line that seems to be the essence of that voice and break it down.
c) What’s Sherwonit’s overall point or thesis? How does his voice (word choice, mood, self-characterization) help him argue his thesis?