Group 2: AP Lang

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Group 2 : Introduces the setting, genre, speaker, and the audience.

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  • SPEAKER
  • Susan B. Anthony is a leading figure in the abolitionist and women's voting rights movement. She is is the also a former leader of Woman Suffrage Association.
  • I believe that everybody should have the right to vote.
  • Susan started out the excerpt saying, "Friends and fellow citizens", which indicates the audience is the people of America and the men that handle authority in the government, because they are in charge of regulating the citizens' rights.
  • AUDIENCE
  • We the people....
  • GENRE
  • The Genre is non-fiction, because the article is based on a real-life event in 19th century about women suffrage in America.
  • SETTING
  • We are in America, the land of freedom. Equality is deserved for all genders in this country.
  • Relation between audience & issue
  • We do not agree that women should vote for the presidential election, so we are pressing charges against Susan for protesting and causing a corruption for just women's rights.
  • Women should have the right to vote, since the preamble was supposed to reassure equal right.
  • Relation between the audience & speaker
  • During the late 19th century, Women were restricted to vote in America, so Susan B. Anthony led a group of women to the polls for presidential election which caused her to be convicted as a "criminal". She delivered a speech to explain her beliefs of women suffrage.
  • The relationship between the audience and the issue is that the audience feels disinterested by what Susan has to say, because they have different perspectives on gender equality. The men in the government disagreed with Susan's perspective of the women suffrage movement. The people of America were being introduced or encouraged to the idea of women suffrage.
  • Prejudice: The speaker, Susan Brownell Anthony, and the audience had a prejudice relation, because the speaker wanted to influence the audience to believe in that equality among should be reinforced among both genders. Susan wanted to convince the men in government to grant women rights, so they could also participate to be part of the government. Susan also was talking towards to the people of america, because she wanted to earn their support for the women suffrage movement.
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