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1 plot 3 scene 2 analysis of Speeches
2 Quick activity – creating PromptScenario A girlfriend arrive home 20 minutes after your curfew and also your parental or guardian has made decision to ground you for a week together punishment. In your practice books, shot to persuade your parent or guardian to adjust his or she mind by using among three species of debates explained below. Debate 1: Appeal come your parental or guardian by mirroring that you room trustworthy and also that you care deeply around the situation and also its effect on him or her. You have to use “I.” debate 2: Appeal come your parent or guardian by informing a story with numerous details to create pity because that yourself and also your situation. You can use “I,” despite you might refer come other civilization as well. Argument 3: Appeal come your parental or guardian by gift rational and by giving statistics and commonly held beliefs. Describe experts and also facts
3 Appeals – Rhetorical Arguments: ReviewTypes that Appeals - map out a symbol to stand for each that these species of persuasive appeals. Logos (Logical): This type of appeal provides inductive or deductive thinking by citing statistics, facts, experts, and evidence. Once using this kind of argument, you offer your audience examples that are similar to this subject and convince lock to attract the conclusion girlfriend want. What go you use in the script for discussion 3? Ethos (Ethical): This form of discussion requires the you develop yourself as trustworthy and respectful that the audience. You perform this by demonstrating the you have actually taken the time to research your topic, which develops your credibility on the subject. What walk you use in the script for discussion 1? Pathos (Emotional): This is as soon as you appeal come the emotions of your audience by relenten in detail the emotional result of a specific situation. Girlfriend should try to arouse a feeling of pity, anger, fear, or various other emotion in your audience. What walk you use in the scenario for dispute 2?
4 Brutus’ speech (p ) Outside, assembled Plebeians demand an explanation for Caesar"s death. Cassius leads half of them away while Brutus remains to resolve the others. Brutus explains: that loved and honored Caesar, but loved Rome more, and killed Caesar quite than allow every Roman become a slave. His discussion rests on 2 points: the Caesar was ambitious, that he would have made servants of all Romans. The world are persuaded by his rhetoric and also proclaim Brutus a hero. One even cries "Let him be Caesar" that speaks together though these room facts…. Although in reality, the conspirators no really understand this to it is in true once they eliminated Caesar This is exciting – because the conspirators eliminated Caesar allegedly since he wanted to be king… and also yet a plebeian argues they want a king
5 Positioning the audience? (Elaborate)Answers - examples How did Brutus usage language to move the masses? Rhetorical dispute Line (Example) placing the audience? (Elaborate) Pathos “Not that i loved Caesar less, yet that i loved Rome more” (line 22-23) as soon as Brutus states this, it renders the audience feeling patriotism and that Brutus puts his commitment for his country above his friendship. Ethos “Believe me for mine honor” (line 14-15) By speak this, Brutus is saying that the civilization should listen to him and also believe him because of his reputation together an honorable human Logos “Had you rather Caesar were living and also die all slaves?” (line 23-24) Brutus states this to give proof to the audience that he was ideal to death Caesar. If Caesar had actually lived, the would have actually enslaved every roman citizen by acquisition over power and becoming a dictator
6 Language devices in Brutus’ SpeechHow are these provided to guide the audience using either appeals to logos, ethos or pathos? Antithesis: location junxtap or contrast of ideas or words in a well balanced or parallel construction. Anthony: ‘Not that ns loved Caesar less, but that i loved Rome more’. 2) Parallelism: repetitive grammatical structures. Brutus addressing the crowd, explaining why he slew Caesar: ‘As Caesar loved me, ns weep because that him; together he to be fortunate, i rejoice in ~ it; as he to be valiant, i honour him: but, together he to be ambitious, ns slew him’.
7 Language tools Continued…3) Rhetorical Question: a concern requiring no answer because the answer seems obvious. Brutus explaining to the lot why he killed Caesar: ‘Had you fairly Caesar to be living, and also die every slaves, 보다 that Caesar were dead, to live all free men?’ 4) Example: ‘Who is below so basic that would be a bondman? If any, speak; because that him have actually I offended. Who is right here so crude that would not be a Roman? If any, speak; for him have actually I offended. Who is below so vile that will certainly not love his country? If any, speak; because that him have actually I offended.’ deserve to you surname the rhetorical maker in this ar of Brutus’ speech? Anaphora: the same groups of words “who is here” and “if any kind of speak, for him I have actually offended” are repeated at the starts of successive clauses.
8 enter – Antony! (p. 154) Antony has gone into with Caesar"s body in a coffin. Brutus departs, transforming the pulpit end to Antony. The group denounces Caesar and also continues come laud Brutus. It"s extremely foolish that Brutus to leaving now—he"s seen how quickly the people"s minds deserve to be changed.
9 Antony Says: (p ) This is in reality the opposite of what the plans come do. He has actually "come to ask Caesar, no to prayer him". That the conspirators who declared Caesar was ambitious are all honourable men. However then, the gives instances of Caesar acting in non-ambitious ways. (Ambiguity in his think / feel / attitude 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 plan meaning) due to the fact that his examples show the conspirators to be the opposite of honourable. Dramatic ploy to success over the crowd – one emotive, persuasive technique (pathos) to sway the people to feel sympathy for what Caesar: Antony look at good! The conspirators look at bad!
10 Review: What key appeals has actually Antony made for this reason far?Pathos? Ethos? Logos? shrewd -
11 Antony regains his composure (p. 158-162)He claims he has no intentionally of wronging the honorable Brutus and also Cassius, or inciting the mob to riot. He mentions that he"s discovered Caesar"s will, which would certainly make the civilization venerate Caesar if they knew that contents, but that he dare not check out it. The Plebeians clamor to hear it. Antony descends to stand over Caesar"s coffin. A riot is exactly what Antony does want to incite Antony skillfully provides out that he by chance mentions Caesar’s will – that downplays his ability to speak – he is quite shrewd here.
12 Antony describes Caesar"s killing in graphic state (p. 162-166)This is one more dramatic ploy or tactic… i m sorry is successful! The crowd are whipped right into a frenzy and want to kill the conspirators! he uncovers Caesar"s body. The group is ready to hunt down and kill the conspirators however Antony bids lock stay. That maintains that he does not wish to incite them come violence and that he is not as well-spoken as Brutus. Again, Antony plays the innocent duty – he provides out he’s against violence. That downplays his ability at speaking again – compares himself to Brutus (Caesar’s murderer) … hence persuading the crowd an ext to agree v him.
13 Antony lastly reads Caesar"s will (p. 168-170)It promises a sum of money to every citizen and also announces the counter of Caesar"s property right into public parks. The crowd pipeline in a frenzy, intending to kill the conspirators and also burn your homes. A maid of Octavius enters to say that Octavius has arrived in Rome, and is wait for Antony with Lepidus at Caesar"s house. He adds the Brutus and Cassius have actually fled Rome. Caesar’s will certainly proves that he in reality did love Rome, contrary to the conspirators’ claims.
14 Persuasive methods ReviewEthos Pathos Logos Allusion verbal Irony invited Words repeat Antithesis Parallelism Rhetorical concern Euphemism Hyperbole Imagery – Simile, an allegory
15 Positioning the audience? (Elaborate)Answers - examples How did mark Antony usage language to move the masses? Rhetorical dispute Line (Example) placing the audience? (Elaborate) Logos “He hath carried many captives house to Rome who ransoms go the basic coffers fill” (line 94-95). “When that the bad have cried, Caesar hath wept: Ambition should be made of sterner stuff” (line 96-97) “I thrice gift him a kingly crown, Which that did thrice refuse: was this ambition?” (line ) “"Tis great you recognize not that you are his heirs” (line 152) Brutus claimed Caesar was ambitious and also that was why he had to die. In his speech Antony provides several reasonable arguments and also proof the Caesar was no ambitious. Caesar was a war hero who brought ago captives for ransom the benefitted Rome Caesar cried because that the negative (also Pathos) Caesar refused the crown 3 times Caesar composed a will certainly that left money and land come the common human being of Rome this actions proved that Caesar was not ambitious and additionally that the conspirators were not noble in death him
16 Positioning the audience? (Elaborate)Answers - instances How did mark Antony use language to move the masses? Rhetorical discussion Line (Example) placing the audience? (Elaborate) Ethos “Friends, Romans and also countrymen…” (line 79) “And Brutus is one honourable man” (line 93). By beginning his decided this way, he mirrors that he is “one of them” (common person) The consistent referral/repetition that Brutus together an “honorable man” is supplied to challenge his character
17 Positioning the audience? (Elaborate)Answers - examples How did mark Antony use language to move the masses? Rhetorical discussion Line (Example) placing the audience? (Elaborate) Pathos “He to be my friend, faithful and also just to me” (line 91) … Moreover, he hath left you every his walks, His exclusive arbours and also new-planted orchards, on this next Tiber; that hath left castle you, and also to her heirs for ever, usual pleasures, come walk abroad, and recreate yourselves. Right here was a Caesar! when comes such another?” (line ) “Our Caesar"s vesture wounded? Look girlfriend here, right here is himself, marr"d, together you see, through traitors” (line ) Caesar to be my friend, faithful and just to me.
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This makes the audience feel sympathy because that Antony 2. By analysis Caesar’s will certainly to the people saying that Caesar has given money and land to every person, Antony provides the audience feeling guilty once Antony shows the human being Caesar’s wounds (stab marks) and says “this wound was made by Casca, this one by Brutus, etc.) he renders the audience feel pity because that Ceasar and also anger towards the conspirators