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Which persuasive device in Elie Wiesel’s speech “Keep Memory Alive” best supports his main idea — that we must remember because forgetting about oppression and suffering makes it more likely that history will repeat itself? A. His use of rhetorical questions, such as: “How could the world remain silent?” B. His use of parallelism C. His use of hyperbole and understatement D. His use of repetition, particularly his repetition of the phrase: “I remember…”

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  1. ayeeeitskateee
    • one year ago
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    Please read the story. You could figure this one out by yourself. Others would have to read the story to help you, which is unlikely.

  2. anonymous
    • one year ago
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    considering that the main idea has to do with remembering, which option seems most likely?

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