Lexia: Undergraduate Journal in Writing, Rhetoric & Technical Communication


In this compelling piece, Justin Miller presents a well-researched argument that analyzes episodes of Comedy Central’s popular cartoon show. Miller dissects how the show depicts various religions and suggests that South Park is more than a form of entertainment; it is an informative and critical satire that evaluates the roles of religion in American culture. This engaging argumentative essay was written for WRTC 103: Critical Reading and Writing.

Course Number

WRTC 103

Course Title

Critical Reading and Writing

Semester enrolled




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