Ethos And Logos Analysis

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Ethos, Pathos, and Logos are an important part of any writing that anyone does it is what captures our audience’s attention. Ethos appeals to the writer’s character, ethos gives the audience to hear the writers voice in their writing. Logos appeals to reason, since ethos lets the audience hear their voice while logos let the audience see the reasoning behind the writer’s process. Pathos appeals to the emotions and the sympathetic imagination, this is what really gets the audiences attention because most people pay attention when it appeals to their emotions. Everyone writes papers the hardest part is catching the audience’s attention Roth did not have this problem because Roth used ethos, logos, and pathos. Ethos is incorporated in The…show more content…
Pathos appeals to the emotions and the sympathetic imagination, making the book more appealing to the audience. The part in chapter two that really effects the audience’s emotions is projection because it tells the audience what they are really thinking, but will not say it out loud. “Projection colors almost every aspect of interpersonal relations. A genuinely naïve, truthful person will think all people he encounters are truthful” (Roth 47). Roth is saying that the way a person is they will see any other person the same way. People may not see it and do not want to believe it, but they all do it. Kirkus reviews is another book review article this shows more of the pathos side of Roth. “He incorporates thought-provoking questions into his analysis that allow readers to discover for themselves the answers to such queries as, ‘Who am I? What do I want? What is my purpose?’” (Kirkus 90). Kirkus shows the audience how Roth will get the audience in their emotions and make them want to discover more about themselves. The rhetorical triangle is something that everyone uses in their writing even the best writers use the
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