Students name Instructors name Course Date Analyzing Rhetoric Speakers and writers alike are always dedicated to the excellent delivery of their pieces both orally and in writing. Typically both the latter and the former work relentlessly hard to convince their respective audiences to agree to what they have to offer even if the audience appears to showcase a neutral scorecard- that or agreeing and not agreeing. And it is on such a basis of trying to win over an audience that a majority of the speakers and writers are in use of rhetorical appeals to appeal to their respective audiences. Despite the fact that both speakers in their distinctive speeches use forget what they did here” (Lincoln & Krippendorf par2). It is logical to note that the world who are the other people who might be listening to the speech will definitely forget what Lincoln said but they will never forget what happened in that place of address. Conclusively both Mark Antony and Abraham Lincoln in their distinctive speeches are able to rebuke and remind respectively actions of their audiences through the calculative use of modes of persuasion: ethos pathos and logos. Works cited Lincoln Abraham and Ekkehart Krippendorf. Gettysburg address: 19. November 1863. Europ. Verlag-Anst. 1994. Shakespeare William. “Speech: "Friends Romans countrymen lend me your ears" by William Shakespeare.” Poetry Foundation Poetry Foundation www.poetryfoundation.org/poems/56968/speech-friends-romans-countrymen-lend-me-your-ears. [...]
Find a persuasive speech on your own and compare/contrast your choice with one of the famous speeches from Julius Caesar Act 3 of the play.