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Rhetorical Analysis TRAVAE DAVIS
Video https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_Xq0FapTUXw https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_Xq0FapTUXw
Logos “Take time to be a dad today” Happiness is blinding Being involved can better a child's future Children are happier with a father
Pathos Old lady Projects Poverty Dads face Cheerleading Zooms out Song
Exigence Old lady sitting alone Time Growing up Sentimental times
Constraints Short time frame (short PSA) Setting Race Youtube
Audience Fathers Couples Adults Decision makers
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Well, in looking at the picture at the left you see an old lady. She has a very funny look on her face. As if she's lonely and just wants to be left alone.
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