FalconmasterDragonslayer:

Which of the following highlight the literary significance of Elie Wiesel's speech? Select all that apply. It uses rhetorical devices to persuade with pathos. It assigns meaning to the existentialist nature of life. It won the Nobel Prize for Literature. It attempts to put into words the unspeakable horror.

1 year ago
FalconmasterDragonslayer:

@Elsa213

1 year ago
Elsa213:

Falkonnnn <3

1 year ago
FalconmasterDragonslayer:

ELSERRR <3

1 year ago
Elsa213:

Please post the speech. :p

1 year ago
FalconmasterDragonslayer:

I dont have it ;-;

1 year ago
Elsa213:

Happy Thanksgiving. ^.^

1 year ago
Elsa213:

Boii.. e.e Lemme google

1 year ago
FalconmasterDragonslayer:

Merry Haunnka to you too

1 year ago
Elsa213:

What do you believe the answer is?

1 year ago
TapeFace:

C but there is more than one answer

1 year ago
Elsa213:

Ooo Can I choose more than one?

1 year ago
TapeFace:

Yep

1 year ago
Elsa213:

I believe the answer is A, C, and D. :p

1 year ago
TapeFace:

OKAY Shanks Elser

1 year ago
Elsa213:

I chose A because he mentions a child. `And now the boy is turning to me: "Tell me," he asks. "What have you done with my future? What have you done with your life?"`

1 year ago
Elsa213:

I chose D because `I remember: he asked his father: "Can this be true?" This is the twentieth century, not the Middle Ages. Who would allow such crimes to be committed? How could the world remain silent?`

1 year ago
Elsa213:

I chose C because of the site. xD

1 year ago
FalconmasterDragonslayer:

XD Same

1 year ago
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