Rhetorical Analysis: 'How To Be A Real Man'

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The authors In What Women Want Now, and What Women Want Now utilize different rhetorical devices that both address how gender equality has had a positive impact on men and women’s lives. In the article What Women Want Now, Nancy Gibbs presents a fact based argument, utilizing logos, that explains women gaining more power and equality in the world does not mean men will lose theirs. The author states “gone is the notion that women’s rise comes at men’s expense” implying men and women can be equally as powerful (Gibbs line 11,12). In the letter How to Be a Real Man, Dan Mulhern employs pathos which tugs at your emotions as he explains to his son what it means to be a real man. Mulhern writes to his son, that taking on a non-traditional parenting
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