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The message she is trying to convey to the audience is revealed. Later in the passage the appeal to logic is used when Crittenden tries to convince the audience by saying, Too often, autonomy is merely the excuse of someone who is so fearful, so weak, that he or she cant bear to take on any of the responsibilities that used to be shoulder by much younger but more robust and mature souls...
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Crittenden elaborately laces her argument together using each type of appeal. I believe the audience can be anyone, but primarily those who are against getting married and having a family. The entire passage tries to persuade the audience that being married and having a family is greatest thing one can do...
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Audience Research   Explore the different ways Shakespeare uses Hamlet's soliloquies to convey to the audience Hamlet's thoughts and feelings at the time of speaking.   How Far is Shylock a Character for Whom We Can Feel Sympathy? How Would a Contemporary Audience's Response to Him Differ from That of an Audience in Shakespeare's Time?   How does Shakespeare present love and marriage in ?Much Ado About Nothing' and how might a modern audience respond to the presentation of these themes?   audience   The Hunger Artist and His Audience   What Message Does The Novel, To Kill A Mockingbird, Convey About Prejudice?   What Message Does The Novel, To Kill A Mockingbird, Convey About Prejudice?   the connection between audience and author     A Hanging Audience   Audience Comprehension   Audience Diversity   The Future Audience   Writeing for an audience  
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