Rhetorical - Expressed in terms intended to persuade or impress
Rhetoric core areas
1) Theoretical rhetoric - concerned with analysing, using and developing principles and criterions of evaluation within subjects such as argumentation, communication.
2) Practical rhetoric - concerned with concrete communication and text production within all genres and media from planning to execution or publication.
3) Historical rhetoric - investigates rhetoric theory and praxis of the past - often regarding them as resources for contemporary theory and praxis.
Definition - compares two things by stating one is the other
Example - The eyes are the windows of the soul.
Definition - repeats a word or expression for emphasis
Example - Love, real love, takes time.
Definition - places a noun or phrase next to another noun for descriptive purposes
Examples - Mary, queen of the land, hosted the ball.
Definition - makes an idea less important that it really is
Example - The hurricane disrupted traffic.
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