Malala Yousafzai's Effect On Change

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Malala’s effect on change Malala Yousafzai is a peace advocate and a women’s and children’s rights advocate. In 2012, she was shot in the head by the Taliban, yet she continues to pursue her dreams. With hope of inflicting a change, she gave an amazing rallying speech to the United Nations. Ms. Yousafzai’s made an outstanding statement with her dramatic repetition, Ethos, and Logos appeal. Ms. Yousafzai’s speech is extremely, eye-catching, and important. Most of this due to the advanced literary devices she uses. A key literary device that she used was repetition. repetition such as “Dear brothers and sisters, ” “We call upon,” were able to create a bold emphasis on the issue, and who is responsible for change. By making her final quotes bold and repetitious, she was able to light a fire within the crowd, and carry out her rallying tones. Ms. Yousafzai also improved upon the point of her speech by using an inspiring tone. She was able to inflict her passion and emotions on the audience.…show more content…
As she began her speech, she stated, “They thought that the bullets would silence us. But they failed. And then, out of that silence came, thousands of voices.” In stead of being the victim, she identifies herself as the champion who over came. She also makes it a point to constantly remind the people who she is speaking for . “Dear brothers and sisters,” was repeated all thought Ms. Yousafzai’s speech as a reminder that she was speaking on behalf of the women and children. She also made it a priority to direct her thanks to the officials and her supporters before the beginning of the speech, as well as increase her humble appearance by stating, “Malala day is not my day. Today is the day of every woman, every boy and every girl who have raised their voice for their
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