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“No Woman No Cry” By Bob Marley & the Wailers. Rhetorical Analysis (HISTORY PLAYS A CRITICAL ROLE IN BOB MARLEY’S MUSIC) Ethos Pathos and Logos  Marley’s.

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1 “No Woman No Cry” By Bob Marley & the Wailers

2 Rhetorical Analysis (HISTORY PLAYS A CRITICAL ROLE IN BOB MARLEY’S MUSIC) Ethos Pathos and Logos  Marley’s personal connection to the Jamaican people Discourse Communities  Then and today Culture developed  influenced others of the Jamaican culture

3 Significances of ‘No Woman No Cry’ Jamaican Independence Marley’s mother Ciddy The beginning of reggae Marley’s influence of Rastafarian culture on the world  Dreads, ganja rituals, and flag colors.

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5 References "Lion of Judah." Jah.com. N.p., n.d. Web. 11 Oct GangStarr4ever. " Bob marley "no woman no cry" YouTube." YouTube - Broadcast Yourself.. N.p., n.d. Web. 11 Oct


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