Consider the following question: Who’s speech was more effective? Which speaker used their rhetoric most effectively? Why? Explain your reasoning by using evidence from each of the texts.

Rhetorical analysis essay

Directions: Now that you’ve completed your rhetorical analysis of F. Douglass’s “What to the Slave is the Fourth of July?” and S. Truth’s “Ain’t I a Woman?” compose a THREE-paragraph rhetorical analysis essay where you compare and contrast how each speaker uses Rhetorical Appeals (ethos, logos, pathos) in their speeches to communicate their messages to their audiences. Consider the following question: Who’s speech was more effective? Which speaker used their rhetoric most effectively? Why? Explain your reasoning by using evidence from each of the texts. Remember to use MLA Style to cite both texts and any material you use outside of the two original texts.

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