Aristotelian Rhetoric Analysis

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The "rhetorical triangle" refers to the relationship of three forms of Aristotelian-rhetoric (Ethos, Pathos, and Logos) which contribute to the effectiveness and success of the text you are communicating to the reader. The three describe a relationship between the topic, the writer, and the audience. The writer must be able to research the topic and reach their target audience effectively. Although, all three components of the rhetorical triangle are not always needed to make the writing effective, it can develop a text that is more appealing to the reader. For example, a writer wants to write about a specific genre of music let’s say Rock music. To reach their target audience they would find popular Rock bands that most appeal to the majority

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