Rhetorical Devices In Dragon

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In my RIP, rhetorical devices symbolize the dragon as an evil force by delivering its aura and persona. For instance, the phrase where the dragon “soar[s] above the midnight sky with bat-like wings” is an imagery that creates the scene by featuring the dragon’s physical traits and depicting it as a flying creature. To physically characterize the dragon, the simile that the dragon has “scales like a slythering snake” compares the dragon to a snake to emphasize its deceptive nature. Recognizing that the dragon is known as the “Destroyer,” this allusion also refers to a religious reference of the Devil, while the “Creator” is known as God in Christianity. By describing the dragon, the rhetorical strategies portray the unnatural creature as a malevolent entity.…show more content…
This idea is reflected in “Free Will and Determination,” as it illustrates that “in God 's mind everything is determined in advance,” and that “the active believer is wholly ignorant of this determination and therefore enjoys fully the freedom to choose” (9) to imply that the vast freedom of humanity generate implications that alter the future. Despite the constraints of feudalism and religion, my sermon implies that peasants have the choice whether to listen to my warning or not. While my warning promises the faithful guidance and solidarity, those who choose the wrong decision are punished by the dragon. As “the existence of evil in face of the omnipotence of God is justified in terms of the supremacy of humankind 's essential freedom to adopt its own goals and to choose its own course of action,” (“Free Will and Determination” 10) non-believers are willing to challenge fate and destiny no matter what the prophecy foretells. Since English peasants are the targeted audience, I allude to a feudalist and religious society to urge them to make careful
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