FalconmasterDragonslayer:

Read this excerpt from "Hope, Despair and Memory" and answer the question. Let us remember Job who, having lost everything - his children, his friends, his possessions, and even his argument with God - still found the strength to begin again, to rebuild his life. Job was determined not to repudiate the creation, however imperfect, that God had entrusted to him. Job, our ancestor, Job, our contemporary. His ordeal concerns all humanity. Did he ever lose his faith? If so, he rediscovered it within his rebellion. He demonstrated that faith is essential to rebellion, and that hope is possible beyond despair. The source of his hope was memory, as it must be ours. In the above excerpt, which rhetorical device is Wiesel using? alliteration analogy ethos logos

2 weeks ago
Elsa213:

Hmm, alliteration is continuously beginning with the same letter. Example: Taco's tear towers.

2 weeks ago
FalconmasterDragonslayer:

I think it is one of the last two

2 weeks ago
Elsa213:

Hmm, give me a second to read the excerpt. cx

2 weeks ago
FalconmasterDragonslayer:

Okay

2 weeks ago
Elsa213:

I believe the correct answer is `Ethos`.

2 weeks ago
FalconmasterDragonslayer:

Okay thanks

2 weeks ago
Elsa213:

I typed something out and then realized it was a terrible explanation. :c

2 weeks ago
Elsa213:

Okayy~ Ethos is similar to a feeling. Wiesel believes the people should use Job as an example and maintain their faith.

2 weeks ago
FalconmasterDragonslayer:

Okay THANKS

2 weeks ago
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