A. The emotional image of the young boy accompanying the old man
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.
In the second stanza of "Do Not Go Gentle" what imagery do you see?
In Lob's girl the hosptal officials let granny pearce bring lob to sandy's bed even though it is against the rules. why do they let this happen? A.they think sandy is likely to die
B.they feel sorry for lob
C.they think lob is really smart
D.they are afraid of granny pearce
A.they think sandy is likely to die
AS they feel bad because they think that Sandy is going to die soon, the officials in the Hospital let Granny Pearce bring lob to Sandy because they think that Sandy is going to die and that could be the last time she sees lob, or as a dying wish without actually telling them that she is about to die.
In Lob's girl the hosptal officials let granny pearce bring lob to sandy's bed even though it is against the rules because they think that Sandy is most likely to die.
What are the human rights issues in Of Mice and Men?
At the end of the third bank of the river what is the most likely reason the narrator cannot get in the boat
We need answer choices or is it short answer?