Nelson Mandela Rhetorical Analysis Essay

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Rhetorical Analysis The leader of the movement to end South African apartheid, Nelson Mandela, in his “Rally Address Following Release From Pollsmoor Prison” speech, he speaks of continuing his movement. Mandela directed his speech to the people of South America. His purpose was to motivate his people. Mandela creates a passionate tone in order to appeal to pathos through the use of the tone passionate, repetition, and anaphora. Mandela opens his speech by thanking and saluting supporters of his movement. “I salute the African National Congress. It has fulfilled our every expectation in its role as leader of the great march to freedom” (1). He used this in order to show his gratitude to others, who supported the movement. The view of passion
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