Interrogation | Rhetorical Question-Literary Device


Interrogation | Rhetorical Question-Literary Device

Rhetorical Question

Interrogation Rhetorical Question-Literary Device

Interrogation | Rhetorical Question-Literary Device

In this figure of speech, something is sought to be denied or affirmed in the form of an earnest interrogation in order to draw the attention of the listeners or readers. Examples:

  1. Who is so vile that will not love his country?
  2. Can the Ethiopian change his skin or the leopard his spots?
  3. Am I my brother’s keeper?
  4. You may think that you are not superstitious. But would you walk under a burning building?
  5. Am I not a native? Were my parents born in any foreign country? 0 0 0.

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N. B. The article ‘Interrogation | Rhetorical Question-Literary Device originally belongs to the book ‘The Rhetoricby Menonim Menonimus.

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