Levi's Rhetorical Analysis Of The Holocaust By Levi

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From both the author’s preface and chapter one I was able to determine that the desired audience is anyone who has heard about the holocaust and knows the atrocities that occurred. With this in mind Levi hopes to “furnish documentation [ to understand] certain aspects of the human mind.”(Levi9) His audience could also include young adults with the purpose of helping them understand the severity of it and understand it as a “sinister alarm-signal.” Moving on to rhetorical techniques, Levi’s tone which seemed to be full of emotion helped strengthen the overall purpose of the book. I say this, because Levi’s purpose is to provide an accurate account of the situation to understand how people were affected mentally and emotionally: therefore

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