Monday, February 25, 2019

2008 Ap English (Rhetorical Strategies)

Barry expresses his wasting disease of rhetorical strategies through is book The Great Influenza, using epanaphora, similes, tone, contrast, imagery, word choice, repeating of words, and ethos to drive his claim that being a scientist requires dealing with a wide amount of un induction, and retorts courage, patience, and curiosity to succeed. Barry starts off with a comparison, an antithetical concept certainty vs. uncertainty. Beginning with a universal truth, defining complete opposites, intensifies the revelation of the paradox in the second separate that scientists thrive on uncertainty.His make use of of anaphora further solidifies the wisdom that certainty is positive and uncertainty negative. As he goes on talking virtually what is required to become a scientist he uses a rather common strategy classification, as he lists traits, receiving the highest tramp of these traits are intelligence, curiosity, and purpose. It is not the courage, It is the courage is yet anoth er use of anaphora to refine connotations associated with courage through negation of common concepts.Ending his second split up with reference to Claude Bernard, Barry is using the famous rhetorical strategy ethos. On the trio paragraph he is still talking about scientists besides he switches from To be a scientist to A Scientist changing from abstraction to practical. In this paragraph he as well as uses another reference to nearone known and praised in the science world, this time Einstein. This could be looked at as ethos but also as an appeal to an authority. Initiating the thought of if he didnt do it why should we.As he talks about how scientist could lose their works and even beliefs leave them only to believe in the process of inquiry I take on pathos because that is powerful to think about losing everything, that definitely takes courage. save as he ends with To move.. your left with a hopeful tone. You could lose everything but you move moving on. The next parag raph uses great rhetorical strategies, allusion, simile, and metaphor to build on top of each other creating intensity. Through the facial expression glass is an allusion invokeing going into a world that isnt real r doesnt appear to be. This leads to the simile like a crystal, which suggestion setting off a chain of events beyond the control of a scientist. Then ends with a metaphor off a cliff suggesting some steps could mean the end. As he proceeds to talk about a scientist career style of a scientist, he presents imagery of a scientist a work by creating a slight example with a shovel digging up dirt, asking a series of uncertainty to represent the thought process of a scientist. This imagery continues on to the next paragraph, and then in his ending paragraph the tone shifts. Not at all is a negation of previous paragraphs reminding you what is common to scientists id not in all scientists. The reputation of experiments and yield, changing the center first meaning to produc e as in yielding a bumper crop to suggest giving up as in yielding to a passkey force Through Barrys use of all of these rhetorical strategies, it is get to Barry is aware of the uncertainty science contains and the courage and strength it takes scientists to deal with this, and keep moving forward.

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