Elizabeth Cady Stanton's Speech Rhetorical Devices

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Elizabeth Cady Stanton, a leader of the first women's rights movement in American history, wrote speech to address the problamatic differences between gender ineaqualities. Stanton uses a variety of the rhetorical devices throughout her speech to enhance the meaning of her purpose. Some devices that i will talk about during the essay will be the use of pathos, ethos, imagry, and apophasis. Stanton uses pathos when she states, "..gentlemen need feel no fear..." to clearify that men don't have to feel the same a women, women have to feel pain and fear and are constantly worried. Men don't have to worry about that. She uses ethos when she explains, "..according to the decleration of the government under which we live." This is credible because
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