FalconmasterDragonslayer:

Read this excerpt from "Hope, Despair and Memory" and answer the question. And yet it is surely human to forget, even to want to forget. The Ancients saw it as a divine gift. Indeed if memory helps us to survive, forgetting allows us to go on living. How could we go on with our daily lives, if we remained constantly aware of the dangers and ghosts surrounding us? The Talmud tells us that without the ability to forget, man would soon cease to learn. Without the ability to forget, man would live in a permanent, paralyzing fear of death. Only God and God alone can and must remember everything. In the above excerpt Wiesel is using what rhetorical devices? alliteration and ethos paradox and antithesis parable and pathos persuasion and rhetoric

10 months ago
Elsa213:

What do you believe the correct answer is?

10 months ago
FalconmasterDragonslayer:

c or a

10 months ago
Elsa213:

Like I stated in your previous question, alliteration is continuously beginning with the same letter. Taco's tear towers

10 months ago
FalconmasterDragonslayer:

Then it is c

10 months ago
Elsa213:

Parable is a fable. The excerpt is an explanation of forgetting.

10 months ago
FalconmasterDragonslayer:

So not c?

10 months ago
Elsa213:

This excerpt isn't persuading either. Finally, you are left with B. :p paradox and antithesis A paradox is an explanation.

10 months ago
Elsa213:

a seemingly absurd or self-contradictory statement or proposition that when investigated or explained may prove to be well founded or true.

10 months ago
FalconmasterDragonslayer:

Okay

10 months ago