Rhetorical Analysis Of The Battle At Bunker Hill

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In this excerpt from Daniel Webster’s address to the loss during the Battle at Bunker Hill, he talks about very emotional and joyful issues. Because of this he alters his tone to sound loving towards his fellow people by appealing to ethos and logos and giving them a sense of hope. He uses specific word choice and vocabulary to keep the piece sounding sophisticated and appropriate for the situation. From the beginning of the excerpt to the end he continues to use a very complex and elaborate sentence structure that also adds to the sophistication of his speech. In the opening paragraph, one of the first things that Webster mentions is the reason why everyone is there. He talks about what an emotional night is is and how everyone must be,
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