Ethos Pathos And Logos Essay

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Moderate: Q10. A. Logos is the use of facts, information, statistics, or other evidence to make your argument more convincing. B. Use of logos can also increase a speaker’s ethos; the more facts a speaker includes in his argument, the more likely you are to think that he is educated and trustworthy. C. An audience will be more likely to believe you if you have data to back up your claims. D. This piece of information might make you more likely to buy their brand of soap. Presenting this evidence is much more convincing than simply saying “our soap is the best!” E. For example, a commercial for soap might tell you that laboratory tests have shown that their soap kills all 7,000,000 of the bacteria living on your hands right now. a. ACEDB b. ABEDC…show more content…
B follows stating the public is angry continued in D and concluded by A Q12. a) A faded Southern belle, Blanche DuBois, arrives at her sister’s seedy New Orleans apartment where she is tortured by her brutish brother-in-law, Stanley Kowalski. b) Stanley forces Blanche to face her dolorous reality with his vitriol and, finally, his act of sexual aggression, and in doing so, he causes her to lose her tenuous grip on sanity. c) Tennessee Williams’ landmark work, ‘A Streetcar Named Desire’, was a tour de force in its original stage production in 1947 and continues to resonate with audiences and readers today despite—or perhaps because of—its simplistic though layered story. d) Blanche puts on airs of class and happiness throughout the play, though internally she is miserable and haunted by her tragic and scandalous past. e) Most have argued (correctly) that the play is about the ways the past haunts our present or (again correctly) that it is about the ways class and sexuality impact our lives. However, few have seen the play for what it is: an allegory for the theater itself. a) cadbe b) adbec c) ceabd d) abdce Ans:
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