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1 action 3 scene 2 analysis of Speeches

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2 Quick activity – creating PromptScenario A girlfriend arrive residence 20 minutes after your curfew and your parent or guardian has decided to soil you because that a week as punishment. In your exercise books, shot to guide your parental or guardian to change his or her mind through using one of three varieties of arguments explained below. Dispute 1: Appeal come your parental or guardian by reflecting that you are trustworthy and also that you care deeply about the situation and also its impact on the or her. You need to use “I.” argument 2: Appeal to your parent or guardian by telling a story with several details to produce pity for yourself and your situation. You have the right to use “I,” despite you may refer to other people as well. Dispute 3: Appeal to your parental or guardian by being rational and also by providing statistics and commonly held beliefs. Describe experts and facts

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3 Appeals – Rhetorical Arguments: ReviewTypes that Appeals - sketch a prize to represent each of these varieties of persuasive appeals. Logos (Logical): This type of appeal offers inductive or deductive thinking by citing statistics, facts, experts, and evidence. When using this form of argument, you sell your audience instances that are similar to this subject and convince castle to attract the conclusion girlfriend want. What go you use in the scenario for argument 3? Ethos (Ethical): This kind of dispute requires the you establish yourself together trustworthy and respectful that the audience. You perform this by demonstrating that you have taken the moment to research study your topic, which establishes your credibility on the subject. What walk you usage in the script for debate 1? Pathos (Emotional): This is once you appeal to the emotions of your audience by describing in information the emotional effect of a specific situation. Friend should try to arouse a sense of pity, anger, fear, or various other emotion in your audience. What walk you use in the scenario for dispute 2?

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4 Brutus’ decided (p ) Outside, assembled Plebeians demand an explanation because that Caesar"s death. Cassius leads fifty percent of them away while Brutus continues to be to deal with the others. Brutus explains: the loved and honored Caesar, however loved Rome more, and also killed Caesar quite than permit every Roman become a slave. His debate rests on 2 points: that Caesar to be ambitious, that he would have made servants of every Romans. The people are convinced by his rhetoric and also proclaim Brutus a hero. One even cries "Let him it is in Caesar" that speaks as though these space facts…. Return in reality, the conspirators didn’t really understand this to it is in true when they killed Caesar This is interesting – due to the fact that the conspirators killed Caesar allegedly since he want to it is in king… and yet a plebeian argues they want a king

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5 Positioning the audience? (Elaborate)Answers - instances How go Brutus usage language to relocate the masses? Rhetorical argument Line (Example) placing the audience? (Elaborate) Pathos “Not that i loved Caesar less, however that ns loved Rome more” (line 22-23) once Brutus claims this, it provides the audience feel patriotism and also that Brutus put his commitment for his country over his friendship. Ethos “Believe me because that mine honor” (line 14-15) By saying this, Brutus is saying the the civilization should hear to him and also believe him since of his reputation as an honorable human Logos “Had you rather Caesar were living and also die all slaves?” (line 23-24) Brutus claims this to provide proof come the audience that he was right to death Caesar. If Caesar had actually lived, the would have actually enslaved every roman citizen by taking over power and becoming a dictator

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6 Language tools in Brutus’ SpeechHow are these supplied to guide the audience making use of either appeals to logos, ethos or pathos? Antithesis: juxtaposition or contrast of ideas or words in a balanced or parallel construction. Anthony: ‘Not that i loved Caesar less, however that i loved Rome more’. 2) Parallelism: recurring grammatical structures. Brutus addressing the crowd, explaining why that slew Caesar: ‘As Caesar loved me, ns weep because that him; as he was fortunate, i rejoice at it; as he to be valiant, i honour him: but, as he to be ambitious, ns slew him’.

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7 Language tools Continued…3) Rhetorical Question: a concern requiring no answer due to the fact that the answer seems obvious. Brutus explaining come the lot why he killed Caesar: ‘Had you quite Caesar were living, and also die all slaves, 보다 that Caesar to be dead, come live all free men?’ 4) Example: ‘Who is below so basic that would be a bondman? If any, speak; because that him have I offended. That is right here so crude oil that would certainly not it is in a Roman? If any, speak; for him have actually I offended. Who is here so vile that will not love his country? If any, speak; for him have actually I offended.’ can you name the rhetorical an equipment in this ar of Brutus’ speech? Anaphora: the same groups of words “who is here” and also “if any kind of speak, for him I have offended” are repetitive at the beginnings of successive clauses.

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8 go into – Antony! (p. 154) Antony has entered with Caesar"s human body in a coffin. Brutus departs, transforming the pulpit over to Antony. The crowd denounces Caesar and continues come laud Brutus. It"s extremely foolish the Brutus to leave now—he"s seen how quickly the people"s minds have the right to be changed.

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9 Antony Says: (p ) This is actually the the opposite of what that plans to do. He has "come to bury Caesar, not to worship him". The the conspirators who asserted Caesar was ambitious space all honourable men. Yet then, he gives examples of Caesar exhilaration in non-ambitious ways. (Ambiguity in his thoughts / feelings / mindset towards Caesar’s death) Antony pauses to weep The crowd starts to say the Caesar to be murdered unjustly. This creates irony (the literal definition is opposite to the speaker’s to plan meaning) because his examples show the conspirators to it is in the opposite of honourable. Dramatic ploy to success over the group – one emotive, persuasive an approach (pathos) to guide the civilization to feeling sympathy for what Caesar: Antony watch good! The conspirators watch bad!

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10 Review: What key appeals has Antony made for this reason far?Pathos? Ethos? Logos? cunning -

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11 Antony regains his composure (p. 158-162)He says he has no on purpose of wronging the honorable Brutus and also Cassius, or inciting the mob to riot. That mentions the he"s discovered Caesar"s will, which would make the people venerate Caesar if lock knew the contents, however that he dare not check out it. The Plebeians clamor to hear it. Antony descends to stand over Caesar"s coffin. A lytic is precisely what Antony does want to incite Antony skillfully renders out that he accidentally mentions Caesar’s will certainly – the downplays his capacity to speak – he is quite cunning here.

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12 Antony describes Caesar"s murder in graphic terms (p. 162-166)This is one more dramatic ploy or tactic… which is successful! The crowd room whipped right into a frenzy and also want to kill the conspirators! he uncovers Caesar"s body. The group is all set to hunt down and kill the conspirators however Antony bids them stay. He maintains the he does not wish come incite them to violence and also that the is not as well-spoken together Brutus. Again, Antony dram the innocent duty – he provides out he’s against violence. He downplays his skill at speak again – compares himself to Brutus (Caesar’s murderer) … for this reason persuading the crowd much more to agree v him.

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13 Antony lastly reads Caesar"s will certainly (p. 168-170)It guarantees a sum of money to every citizen and announces the conversion of Caesar"s property right into public parks. The crowd leaves in a frenzy, intending to kill the conspirators and burn your homes. A servant of Octavius enters to say that Octavius has arrived in Rome, and also is waiting for Antony v Lepidus in ~ Caesar"s house. The adds the Brutus and also Cassius have actually fled Rome. Caesar’s will proves that he actually did love Rome, contrary to the conspirators’ claims.

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14 Persuasive techniques ReviewEthos Pathos Logos Allusion linguistic Irony loaded Words repetition Antithesis Parallelism Rhetorical concern Euphemism Hyperbole Imagery – Simile, an allegory

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15 Positioning the audience? (Elaborate)Answers - instances How did mark Antony usage language to move the masses? Rhetorical discussion Line (Example) placing the audience? (Elaborate) Logos “He hath brought many captives home to Rome whose ransoms go the general coffers fill” (line 94-95). “When the the bad have cried, Caesar on foot wept: Ambition need to be make of sterner stuff” (line 96-97) “I thrice presented him a kingly crown, Which the did thrice refuse: to be this ambition?” (line ) “"Tis an excellent you understand not the you room his heirs” (line 152) Brutus said Caesar to be ambitious and also that to be why he had actually to die. In his speech Antony gives several logical arguments and also proof that Caesar was not ambitious. Caesar was a war hero who brought earlier captives because that ransom that benefitted Rome Caesar cried because that the negative (also Pathos) Caesar refused the crown 3 times Caesar created a will certainly that left money and also land come the common world of Rome this actions verified that Caesar was no ambitious and likewise that the conspirators were not noble in killing him

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16 Positioning the audience? (Elaborate)Answers - examples How did mark Antony use language to move the masses? Rhetorical dispute Line (Example) placing the audience? (Elaborate) Ethos “Friends, Romans and countrymen…” (line 79) “And Brutus is one honourable man” (line 93). By starting his speech this way, he reflects that he is “one the them” (common person) The continuous referral/repetition of Brutus together an “honorable man” is used to an obstacle his character

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17 Positioning the audience? (Elaborate)Answers - examples How did note Antony use language to relocate the masses? Rhetorical debate Line (Example) placing the audience? (Elaborate) Pathos “He was my friend, faithful and just come me” (line 91) … Moreover, that hath left you all his walks, His personal arbours and also new-planted orchards, top top this next Tiber; the hath left castle you, and to your heirs because that ever, usual pleasures, to walk abroad, and also recreate yourselves. Here was a Caesar! when comes together another?” (line ) “Our Caesar"s vesture wounded? Look girlfriend here, below is himself, marr"d, together you see, through traitors” (line ) Caesar was my friend, faithful and just to me.


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This makes the audience feel sympathy for Antony 2. By reading Caesar’s will certainly to the people saying the Caesar has offered money and also land to every person, Antony makes the audience feeling guilty when Antony reflects the civilization Caesar’s wounds (stab marks) and says “this wound was made by Casca, this one by Brutus, etc.) he renders the audience feeling pity because that Ceasar and anger towards the conspirators

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