Rhetorical Analysis Gandhi

Rhetorical Analysis Gandhi - Kravitz 1 Kyle Kravitz ENC...

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Kravitz 1 Kyle Kravitz ENC 1102 Section 5863 Kayley Thomas 6 September 2010 Rhetorical Analysis "The Nonviolent Society" by Mahatma Gandhi Mahatma Gandhi is known by many as one of the most influential and powerful political movement leaders in modern history. His views on the Indian independence movement and the political conflicts of the British Empire with India have captivated many into following the spiritual nature of Gandhi. In “The Nonviolent Society”, Gandhi creates an optimistic view towards the future political condition of India and their ties with the British Empire. Mahatma Gandhi’s use of simple logic, general values, and personal experience in his writing gives credibility to his name and his utopian idea of a nonviolent society. The point of Mahatma Gandhi’s essay “The Nonviolent Society” was not a means of persuading the reader to fight for the independence of India from the British Empire. It was, however, a writing that persuades the reader to give possibility to a society more practical and safer than the one established at that time. The reader of this essay happens to be anyone who is knowledgeable of the governments and cultures of the world, especially India. By giving a
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This note was uploaded on 12/04/2011 for the course ENC 3254 taught by Professor Rinne during the Spring '08 term at University of Florida.

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