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I’m stuck on a English question and need an explanation.

From 1 one to 50 in the book that i attached (Ta-Nehisi Coates PDF.pdf). and it should be in the basic format that i attached.

In at least four pages in MLA format (https://owl.purdue.edu/owl/research_and_citation/mla_style/mla_formatting_and_style_guide/mla_formatting_and_style_guide.html (Links to an external site.)) make an argument for the effectiveness of Coates's rhetoric or simply identify and discuss the rhetoric that Coates employs. You do not need to include all three rhetorical categories, nor do you have to take one side or the other; perhaps he is successful in some ways and not in other ways. Moreover, you do not necessarily need to argue that the rhetoric is ultimately successful or not; if you choose to take this route, make sure that you are still discussing in detail his use of rhetoric.

Critically, avoid simply summarizing.

Possible theses:

-Coates (successfully) uses pathos and ethos to convince his audience.

-Whiles Coates is convincing in his use of pathos, his use of logos is lacking.

-Coates employs all three categories of rhetoric throughout his text.

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“Between the World and Me”
“Between the World and Me” is a letter written to Coates’ son in a bid to inform him and
educate him of the challenges he will face being a black man in a white supremacy world. The
letter addresses not only the son but also all Black Americans, making them aware of what
awaits them and alerting them to awaken from slumber because, from time in history, the whites
are superior to the Blacks and therefore, racism rules (Coates,7). We look at how he used pathos
and ethos to convince his audience in his writing through personal testimonies, a skill which he
mastered well in his arguments in showing how the racism system continued and continues to
cause problems in the society. The expertise helps the audience understand the voice of reason
in fighting racism and makes his points even more robust by making them understand the pain
he went through.
Pathos was seen in the use of his personal life experience to enable the blacks to relate
his pain and experience with whatever is happening today for example; he gave an example of
his relationship with his father, which is easily relatable by Blacks today (Coates 16). It brought
out the feeling of his writing to the audience, which not only captured their mind but also
delivered the message with conviction. He was able to challenge the blacks of how they
understood America, which is a white supremacy world, and it seemed the blacks ignored the
effect it has on their lives and that of their children due to the challenges faced daily.

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Coates was able to develop ethos in his writing successfully, and the fact that h...

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