A Rhetorical Analysis of Christopher Hitchens' 'The Lovely Stones'

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Leslie Ruano March 23,2018 Final Draft 3A “The Lovely Stones” The Parthenon embraces its beauty in human history , however , it imprisons its misuse and abuse in addition. In Christopher Hitchens’s , “The Lovely Stones” , he builds an argument to persuade the audience that the original Parthenon Sculptures should be returned to Greece . Christopher Hitchens uses negative diction , cultural references , and the rhetorical appeal , logos , to strengthen his argument . In the story , Christopher Hitchens uses negative diction such as the word “Grotesque” , which he uses towards the structure of the sculptures of the Goddess and one of the Greek Gods . In paragraph
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