Raniel Keith Fabroa said that the pen is mightier than the sword. because the mightier is better or bigger than the sword.
No? The sword isn't mightier than the pen?
You can cut a pen with a sword, but you can't cut a sword with a pen.
The Pen Is Mightier Than the Sword - 1916 was released on: USA: 4 November 1916
"the pen is mightier than the sword"
According to the proverb "The pen is mightier than the sword", yes. Ideas written by writers have more effect on history in the long run than battles do.
The different figurative devices are simile, personification, paradox, and metonymy. The phrase which goes the pen is mightier than the sword is an example of personification.
Edward Bulwer-Lytton was an English author who coined it for one of his plays in 1839.
the pen is mightier than the sword
big enough to write with
Because the pen is mightier than the sword...
The pen is mightier than the sword; simply write a statute.
Yes, he had a pen. He was a poet and a writer. And as you know, "The pen is mightier than the sword."
A pen is more delicate and you can write with it and a sword does nothing but kills people .
explanation of the quote "pen is mightier than sword".
I suppose that a pen and a sword, if we imagine them to be alive, might wish to debate the claim that the pen is mightier than the sword. Each can boast of their accomplishments and power.
i believe that it is neither the pen nor the sword which is mightier, because its is the wielder of the sword or the pen who is mightier as without the wielder, the sword and the pen are mere objects.This slogan is often said by the reverse which is the pen is mightier than the sword. I believe I can disagree with the first answer. In the overall view of history the latter one has proven to be correct most often. This because the pen represents ideas. The sword represents violent action. Case in point: The American Revolution had its roots in the newspapers and published speeches & remarks of important figures of that time who advocated independence from the British Empire. Thus the pen began the action of the sword. Another example: before the Nazi Party took over Germany, Hitler had written his Mein Kampf which stated that German Jews were responsible for Germany's troubles. Later when Hitler held both the pen and the sword, the German Jews were punished by exile and concentration camps and death camps.
It is another way of saying, "The pen is mightier than the sword."
Yes, because written words can alter the emotion of a person while a blade can't. Except that a pen could just kill the people the pen was trying to persuade and then would then be mightier.
It takes propaganda created with the pen to inspire thugs with swords to do their work. So it's like asking 'Is a bullet mightier than a gun?'. One uses the other. The way someone writes a speech can impact the nature of many human events and reactions. The pen is more powerful than the sword, if the mind is listening. No, the sword is NOT mightier than the pen. I don't know how 'a mind can hear' a pen: That is a writing instrument. The ability to read and comprehend the written word is necessary for the pen to be mightier than the sword. A famous king once gave his "most trusted messenger" a secret note to deliver unread to his "most trusted knight". It read "Kill this man". Had the messenger been able to read the note, he might have escaped. In this case, the pen directed the sword.
The pen is mightier than the sword.People, lend me your ears.Six hearts were pronounced to her.
Jefferson's letter to Paine
The motto of Alpha Xi Delta is 'The Pen is Mightier than the Sword'.
human history is influenced more by the written word than by warfare