I'm remembering proper paragraphs for the speeches I feel may be specified or something (Keating, Sadat, Pearson), and Suu Ki coz it's goodWho's doing it? Am I the only one?
Because I am under pain trying to grind through 14 speeches paragraphs
... Each 200+ words each :'(
When in doubt, maybe don't link it based on thematic concerns, but instead discuss the different rhetoric features (logos, pathos, and ethos) and the ways each orator incorporates them into their speech?Lol I've memorised two quotes for Deane.
I really hope it's not Deane because I find it so hard to link to others. The only value I can talk about is unity. *sigh*
Not necessarily, I got 14/15 for both my mid-yearly and trial Module B essays and I followed that method. Of course you don't only talk about the rhetorical triangle, but it's not that much of a hindrance.Too hard to pull off and repetition of techniques within same paragraph