A chiasmus is used in a rhetoric to create parallelism. When there are two parallel phrases, and one reverses the order of the words, there is a chiasmus. An example would be "He came in defeat and in triumph departs.".
It helps you to prepare your response to an argument in advance.
It allows you to prepare in advance for things that you expect to happen.
“And Brutus is an honorable man.”
Answer this question What rhetorical appeal is Brutus using in this passage from Act III, scene ii of Julius Caesar?A. Reason B. Pathos C. Ethos D. Logos â€¦
They are angry and vow to kill those who committed the crime
To appeal to feelings and emotions - apex
.By repeating the phrase, "he is an honourable man"
(Apex) Because of Caesar's ambition.
Answer: B. He tells the audience that if they listen closely, they will know that he is honorable and speaks the truth. -apex
brutus and antony
Ethos and Logos
An animal rights activist tries to save the Bengal tiger from being hunted to extinction. (apex)
A child tells his friends about the exciting adventures he had over summer vacation
(Apex) As the surgeons desperately operated on her brother, Ricki realized her life’s ambition: she wanted to become a doctor.