Rhetoric devices. Annabelle Turner & Kelly Brick. The devices. Aporia Aposiopesis Asyndeton Apostrophe . Aporia. Definition: A statement of hesitation, also known as dubitation, in which characters express to themselves an actual or feigned doubt or a doubt of dilemma Example:
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Annabelle Turner & Kelly Brick
A statement of hesitation, also known as dubitation, in which characters express to themselves an actual or feigned doubt or a doubt of dilemma
I’m not sure where to begin?
Abrupt discontinuation of a statement
If you do that again, I will –
Absence of conjunctions, not conjunctions present.
We cannot dedicate, we cannot consecrate, we cannot hallow this ground
There are no conjunctions in the Olympic Motto. They could have put, “faster and higher and stronger”, but this doesn’t make the same powerful affect.
” Faster, Higher, Stronger".
Interruption of thought to directly address a person or a personification
He tried to betray you, to cheat you, to deceive you.
- I don’t know if it is right for the press to have regulated as we want to know what is going on in the world but at the same time, I feel that people should have privacy.
- The press really should be regulated because they are ---
Don’t you think that the Olympic has left a good legacy?
- " Faster, Higher, Stronger”.