Throughout history child labor has been a serious issue especially during the late 18th century. However in 1905, Florence Kelley argues in her speech that child labor needs to stop because it is inhuman. Florence Kelley was a United States social worker and reformer who fought successfully for child labor laws and improved conditions for working women. Florence Kelley believed that children should not be forced to work at such young age for such a long period of time. Kelley uses literary devices such as pathos, logos, ethos, and diction to express opposal to children working in factories.
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Mercutio is one of the main and most interesting characters in Romeo and Juliet. There are three word that I think best describe Mercutio, those words are kind, smart, and brave. This is why those words describe him. The first word I would use to describe Mercutio is smart.
Heart hammering, fingers trembling, with all thoughts of composure vanished….who knew words could make one feel this way? Hernando Tellez, the author of “Just Lather, That’s all” undeniably employs suspense techniques effectively that leaves readers overwrought. Foremost, the riveting internal conflict between the narrator and himself result in insuppressible jitters and apprehension from readers. This is demonstrated in the text when the narrator bemoans to himself, “Damn him for coming, because I’m a revolutionary and not a murderer. And how easy it would be to kill him.
Being a child has always been described as anyone under 18 because at this age it is carefree fun and no job. However, that has not always been the case for some children. The issue of child labor is addressed in the speech given by Florence Kelley at the convention of National American Woman Suffrage Association. Kelley uses numerous rhetorical strategies in order to bring light to the travesty that is child labor and bring change.
Florence Kelley was a women’s rights activist who gave a speech before the convention of the National American Woman Suffrage Association in the summer of 1905 on the topic of child labor. This speech on child labor offers insight to the harsher lives that some children have to carry in comparison to some adults due to no child labor laws. Kelley’s writing was meant to persuade the audience to improve child labor laws and safety by appealing to pathos. Throughout the beginning of the essay, there’s repetition of the phrase: “[W]hile we sleep.”
Kelly writes about children’s labor crises and women’s suffrage, and refers to pathos and ethos throughout the passage. Using these rhetorical devices the reader can get a feel for the writer’s opinion on the topics. The child labor aspect of the essay talks about how children are working night or day shifts that can last up to 12 hours. Kids starting at six years old work in mills to provide for their families at such a young age; Which is convenient for Kelley as she makes the reader feel pity and sympathy for the children.
Social worker, Florence Kelley, in her speech, praises the importance of ending child labor. Kelley’s purpose is to point out to her audience the importance of a childhood and that child labor is taking that away from kids. She obtains a passionate tone in order to evoke her audience’s emotions on her subject. Kelley begins her speech by acknowledging the that young children are wasting their childhood making money to pay for their basic needs.
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The factory workers and the Africans both got treated and went through unbelievable and intense pain. But, who got treated worse during their time, the factory workers or the Africans? The factory workers got treated worse because they went through torture every single day that they lived. What was happening to the factory workers is still happening today in parts of the world. They went through pain every day.