Rhetorical Analysis: Perils Of Indifference

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Wiesel's use of his young self is in fact there to provoke emotion out of the audience and build his credibility. Yet, it is also there to represent the suffering children of today. The young boy is mentioned because it creates a sense of innocence. When Wiesel was young, he saw those American soldiers as his heroes, men who understood his anger and pain and showed compassion for him. Young Wiesel didn't know any better that those American soldiers had the opportunity to help him earlier but did not. As he grew older he realized the harsh truth that those Americans could have helped but they chose not to because their attitude was indifferent towards the whole thing. Before he found out the truth however, Wiesel was an innocent little boy who…show more content…
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