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Surname 1Name:Professor:Course:Date:Rhetorical Analysis of"The 10,000-Hour Rule"By Malcolm Gladwell“Outliers" is considered as one of the best book and eye-catching work of Gladwell. Thebook helps the audience to navigate the world of intellectual in the world of outliers. These arethe most powerful, gifted, famous, intelligent and successful individuals. In this piece ofMalcolm's work, the main aim is to understand the reasons why great individuals differ. As perMalcolm's views, it is because that some individuals pay a lot of attention to the idea ofsuccessful persons, and then again, they concentrate less on where their surroundings consist oftheir relatives, generation, culture and individual experience growth. Moreover, he elaborates thesecrets depicted by computer billionaires, the idea behind why Asians are good mathematicians,the reasons why Beatles are the best band and the secret behind being a good and successfulfootballer. Precisely, this book tries to show why other people succeed while others do not.Rhetorical devices are what make any work persuasive. In "The 10,000-Hour Rule," MalcolmGladwell uses many different strategies to make his work appeal to his audience. In doing so,Gladwell effectively uses rhetoric to persuade his audience in believing in the 10,000 Rule.