Rhetorical Analysis On Dillard

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The third paragraph includes crucial details that shifts Dillard’s experience with the show onto her audience. She begins with the inversion, “I saw from the ground a dozen stunt pilots;” used in order to upset the pattern of reading the audience is accustomed to. By creating the inversion, the audience is forced to read slower, and therefore think about the sentence longer. In the same paragraph, Dillard also creates a long sentence that uses multiple semicolons. She writes, “They...straightened out; they did barrel rolls, and straightened out;” in order to represent how continues and fast paced Rahm’s performance was. The syntax in this sentence forces the audience visualize how the show looked through Dillard’s eyes, which places them in
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