Rhetorical Analysis Of Georgia Pope's 'The First Steps Of Prevention'
Pope combined several literary devices to push her argument. She uses tone to grip the reader while also gaining the sympathy of the reader. She uses stream of consciousness to give the paper more life and make it feel less animated and more intriguing. She then uses amplification to push her argument further and provide more depth for the reader. Pope provides statistics and other facts to make her argument less bias, more realistic and more convincing—all while pushing her own agenda. She often intertwines these to propel her argument even more. Pope execution of using these literary devices and intertwining them make for a near perfect argument. Her use of several different literary devices allowed her to make a passionate and gripping argument while also pushing an agenda and educating the reader. Pope had an agenda, set out to fulfill it and did a great