ENGLISH MIDDLE SCHOOL

Which example from the conclusion of "The Perils of Indifference" helps Wiesel to establish pathos?
A. The emotional image of the young boy accompanying the old man
B. The quick shift away from the confrontational aspects of his
speech
C. The reminder that Wiesel is a Holocaust survivor
O
D. The information that Wiesel was born in the Carpathian
Mountains​

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Answer 1
Answer:

Answer:

A. The emotional image of the young boy accompanying the old man

Explanation:

Pathos is a rhetorical device that uses emotion to convince the audience.

In order to convey the message more efficiently, the author makes allusions whose purpose is to soften readers' heart making them more prone to accept that message as true.  

Used properly, pathos can be quite successful rhetorical device.

At the end of his speech, Elie Wiesel, used a vivid and very emotional image to stir up sympathy and pity in listeners.

Answer 2
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Answer:

A

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