Rhetorical Analysis Of Malala

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Malala Malala Yousafzai a young teenager was on the brink of death thanks to her advocating.Women's rights are something not given to all girls in her country, Pakistan.For that sole reason she was shot, for speaking up for her rights.Therefore, by using juxtaposition to compare the Pakistan people to the American lifestyle, imagery to intensify the endeavor of women and young girls, and pathos to invigorate the world to help attain educational rights for these girls . In the small city of swat is where Malala is found to be living she involves this to her use of imagery.For example she states “When i close my eyes, i see my bedroom.The bed is unmade,my fluffy blanket in a heap, because i've rushed out for school, late for an exam” (Yousafzai pg 1).Notably, in this quote Malala creates a picture of a tranquil yet hectic environment that forms her whole life. On the other hand she makes it comprehensible to her audience that she is a young imperative teenage girl that lives with the struggles of…show more content…
As well as focusing on the whole fact that in Pakistan no one cared how well the girls did in school but in England everything is graded so much more and everything is more rigorous. Thus making the education seem more important in other places and also makes sure to point out that everything is poorer in Pakistan than it is in the U.S.In the end Malala uses comparison to show how things differentiate between countries and how lucky she thinks the people mainly the women of the U.S are to get the rights to study and become something in life,not like the poor country of Pakistan where education was not a
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