Rhetorical Analysis Of On Woman's Right To Vote By Susan B Anthony

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“On Woman’s Right to Vote” was made by Susan B. Anthony to prove that women should have the right to vote. Throughout the writing she uses techniques to prove her points. Which are ethos, pathos, logos and rhetorical questions. She uses these techniques of writing to really prove a point in her writing. So the audience will read it and understand why women should have the right to vote. To start off, in the first paragraph, Susan B Anthony introduces her topic. She speaks on the woman right to vote and explains she has been charged for the crime of voting. To support that voting as a woman should not be a crime, she uses the national constitution as evidence. “It shall be my work this evening to prove to you that in thus voting, I not only

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