The Perils of Indifference - Ava Nawrocki
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SOAPSTone - I will first introduce the speaker, occasion,audience, purpose, subject, and tone of the speech in my introductory portion of the video.
For my next portion of the video I will talk about repetition as a rhetorical device used in the speech.
"Indifference is not the beginning, its the end."
Third, I will exhibit Mr. Wiesel's diction used in his speech, "The Perils of Indifference". I will provide words such as pain, suffering, punishment, anger, hatred, injustice, and other words he used in the passage.
"Better an unjust God than an indifferent one." "Man can live far from God - not outside God."
For my last rhetorical device, I will explain the allusion of "God", constantly referred to throughout the text.
For my conclusion, I will wrap up my analysis by summarizing what I just wrote and comparing it to the universal definition of indifference.
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