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Isocolon twice used. In the tweet, it's used to create dramatic irony. Compare, "People design for themselves." The slide in the image uses an isocolon to create zeugma or antanaclasis (pun). Compare "To change the world, change who's designing it." Now consider the relation between the two micro-texts. While it's not a figure, we might call it echo.

Style and office: Overarching pistis served by the figure in this case is logos. The trope is making clear the reasoning that the argument is based on. Which is to point out how humor, puns, irony can serve logos.

Reference

Argument

Style


A definition of rhetoric
A modest but pragmatic, easy-to-hang-onto definition of rhetoric from Stoner and Perkins:

The art and science of creating and analyzing "messages that rely on verbal and nonverbal symbols that more or less intentionally influence social attitudes, values, beliefs, and actions." (6)

Describing
Situation
  • occasion
  • exigence
  • the type of discourse: forensic, deliberative, epideictic
  • forum and genre
  • cultural and historical context
  • presuppositions of shared ways of thinking

Elements of Electronic Rhetoric

ENGL 3179-5179 Fall 2016
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for Tue 1 Nov

We'll review the work you've done in cataloguing figures and tropes as they are used in memes and other micromessages. Some discussion on connecting memes to ethos, pathos, logos - delivery. We can see each office served by particular rhetorical moves in style and figure.

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