Read “Channel B” and make an argument regarding the narrator’s point of view, i.e., the narrator’s understanding of the world.
link for channel B https://therumpus.net/2012/11/channel-b/
Take your analysis in any direction you want, but start by making a claim about the writer’s audience and purpose. In other words, who is being persuaded of what? State this in a sentence. For example, “In this essay, to an audience that believes (A), the writer suggests/implies/argues (P).” Then talk about how the writer makes rhetorical choices to communicate his or her vision to the reader. Isolate some of those choices and analyze how they succeed or fail.