Analogy knows as much vice as the judge of a police

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Analogy- “knows as much vice as the judge of a police court.” This sentence is importantbecause it compares a school to a court because in this case, both consist of punishment.Imperative sentences- “Try your design on the best school.” This sentence is a good example because it is short and concise and gets the attention of the reader in a direct way.Rhetorical questions- “how can he please himself with genius, and foster modest virtue?” By using a question rather than just telling the reader what he thinks, it forces the audience to think about it longer than they would with a statement.Sentence variety and pacing- By creating variety in the length of his sentences, Emerson prevents his sentences from being boring by creating a differing sentence structure.7. Emerson creates a relationship with the reader and appeals to pathos because of the way he reaches out to the audience and pulls you in with personal connections to the topic and his enthusiasm about the subject.
Perna 311. Emerson’s use of personal pronouns makes a personal relationship with the reader and the way he rotates the usage of each one keeps the writing from being repetitive and boring to the audience.

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