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14 December, 22:56

How does "The Gettysburg Address" and "O Captain! My Captain!" compare in their use of pathos (the use of emotional appeals to affect the audience's feelings) ? Neither the speech nor poem rely on the use of pathos. Both the speech and poem are equal when it comes to the use of pathos. The poem relies more on pathos than the speech does. The speech relies more on pathos than the poem does.

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  1. 14 December, 23:36
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    The answer to the question above is "The poem relies more on pathos than the speech does" based on the type of persuasion used in the text. The pathos is a type persuasion which a writer or speaker used by manifesting certain emotion of the audiences. The poem tended to manifest pity emotion from the audiences.
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