Rhetorical Analysis Of Graham Hill's Speech On TED Talk

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“I asked myself a question: "Knowing what I know, why am I not a vegetarian?"’ Graham Hill, an inspiring speaker, introduced a new way to eat. During his speech on TED Talk, he explains to his audience how eating meat has affected the world. In a calm and humorous tone, Hill proposes his purpose. He explains to his audience by becoming a “weekday veg” you will live a better live, it’s great compromise that will help people, animals, and the environment. To really promote his purpose he uses irony, inclusive language, and i hate my life anecdote One of the main rhetorical devices Hill uses is anecdote. By illustrating his personal background makes him reliable to the audience. “After all, I 'm one of the green guys: I grew up with hippie

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