Rhetorical Analysis Of The Great Dictator

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Charlie Chaplin, posing as the dictator in the movie The Great Dictator, inaugurates his speech rather reticent, hesitating to speak and then coming off simply and softly. However, as the speech advances, Chaplin becomes increasingly emotionally involved and sentimental about what he is saying. The level of his voice begins to climb, he becomes more enthusiastic in his body language, and the words he utters becomes more relatable because of his delivery and the way he conveys himself. Before the audience even considers what Chaplin is saying, they are completely captivated by the elementary fact that Chaplin is so passionate about the subject. The crowd is instantaneously more attuned to him due to his ferocity. They are enthralled by his

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