A Study In Pink Rhetorical Analysis

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Rhetorical analysis of “A Study In Pink”
This paper analyzes the script of “A Study In Pink”, the script of the first episode of BBC’s Sherlock, written by Steven Moffat. The purpose of the writer is to put forward an impressing plot and to provide the movie editors and actors with the necessary instructions. To achieve this, the writer makes extensive use of rhetorical devices and figures of speech both in the narration parts and during the dialogues.

First of all, the writer uses logos, pathos, and ethos in several scenes for a number of reasons. With this in mind, I want give some examples of these occasions starting with analyzing how Sherlock’s character is written. Sherlock generally has an apathetic tone which may even come off

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