Rhetorical Appeals by Eric Cyr, Alli Papock, and Chris Butera

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Mind Map on Rhetorical Appeals by Eric Cyr, Alli Papock, and Chris Butera, created by bgericcyr on 11/12/2013.

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Rhetorical Appeals by Eric Cyr, Alli Papock, and Chris Butera
1 Ethos (to appeal to trust) (Eric)
1.1 "But what trade art though? Answer me directly" (I:II:12).
1.1.1 The word though was used at the end of sentences and is not used like it is in today's world.
1.2 "Truly, sir, all that I live by is with the awl" (I:I:21).
1.2.1 Into days society people don't call common people sir and the word awl is not used.
1.3 "Peace, ho! Caesar speaks" (I:II:2).
1.3.1 In this time period people used the word "ho" unlike in today's world.
2 Logos (to appeal to logic) (Alli)
2.1 "A soothsayer bids beware the ides of March" (I:II:19).
2.1.1 This quote has historical analogies nehind it. This is warning someone of March 15th
2.2 "O name him not! Let us break with him, for he will never follow anything that older men begin" (II.I.162).
2.2.1 This quote has abstract language.It is saying that they should not let Caesar treat them any differently.
2.3 "I was born as free as Caesar" (I.II.104).
2.3.1 This quote is saying that people should not treat Caesar any differently than they would a common person because they were born the same way Caesar was.
3 Pathos (to appeal to emotion) (Chris)
3.1 "I pray you" (I:II:344).
3.1.1 Cassius ask to know what Caesar does. He is told by Casca what happened and Cassius uses intense emotion against Caesar
3.2 "That Caesar looks so sad" (I:II:310).
3.2.1 Caesar shows sorrow for not accepting the crown in front of the people even though he really wanted to. Caesar tries to get as much attention from the people as possible.
3.3 "That you do love me, I am nothing jealous" (I:II:253).
3.3.1 Brutus explains how he feels about Cassius telling him he would make a great leader.
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