Rherorical Device Project

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Leading question


  1. a question that prompts or encourages the desired answer.


  • You were at Duffy's bar on the night of July 15, weren't you?
  • It suggests that the witness was at Duffy's bar on the night in question. The same question in a non-leading form would be.
Leading Questions



a picture, description, or imitation of a person or thing in which certain striking characteristics are exaggerated in order to create a comic or grotesque effect.


"The listing of the spotted owl [as 'threatened' under the Endangered Species Act] opened a new front in this old class war, in which each side painted an equally contemptuous caricature of the other, as if pitting Emerson (that effete, granola-eating, over-educated New Englander) against Paul Bunyan (that unthinking and rapacious Western tough)."
Valentine's Day Caricatures Video

Logical Appeal


Logical appeal is the strategic use of logic, claims, and evidence to convince an audience of a certain point.


'He needs to stop smoking because it has been proven by studies to cause health problems.'
How to Get Your Parents to Buy You a Car