Analyze Elie Wiesel’s speech, “The Perils of Indifference”..
In your analysis, you need to identify a specific claim that the author/speaker makes and use the rest of your essay to reveal how well or how poorly he supports this claim, or in this case, his plea. To support your own observation regarding how well the author supports his argument, you must discuss five points of analysis from chapter two of Read, Reason, Write. The points of analysis must include the speaker’s credibility, his purpose, his intended audience, which needs to include a discussion on diction and location/method of delivery, his organization and examples, or logos, and his use of pathos, or sympathy. The thesis for this essay should forecast the order of your chosen points of analysis. The primary source is Elie Wiesel’s speech, “The Perils of Indifference” and only one other source or just use that one . Make sure the work cite is correctly . 12 point, Times New Roman font and double-spacing. You must also display the proper heading and header, you must set the margins to one inch, and you must include a title. Also, you must document any sources with the proper in-text citations and include a Works Cited page.