An Analysis of Tone in The Road not Taken, a Poem by Robert Frost

Robert Frost’s poem The Road Not Taken reveals a simple, but profound theme.¬†The poem describes the choices and dilemmas one faces in life and how they affect each person.¬†Frost illustrates this theme by illustrating two paths through the woods.¬†The author later reveals the personality and attributes of the main character while he or she considers…

Pathos, Logos, Ethos in Letter from Birmingham Jail

On April 16, 1963, Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. published the “Letter From a Birmingham Jail”. This well-written and logical letter was written in response to a newspaper article written by clergymen. Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. wrote the letter to defend his nonviolent strategies. This essay examines the three principles of rhetoric found in…

A Look at Philippine Popular Culture and Customs: Uniquely Filipino Identity

The rich and varied history of the Philippines has reflected in Filipino culture.¬†You will discover a lot more about the Philippines by reading this essay on popular culture.¬†The Philippines, for example, is located in an archipelago that includes more than 7,000 islands.¬†The country’s history revolves around immigration, occupation, and colonialism.¬†Most of the people who have…

A Letter to My Best Friend

Your friend is your friend, but your best friend will be your best friend.¬†Your best friend is there for you every day, will trust you, share everything with you, and cry with you.¬†My best friends are my friends.¬†They are my best friends.¬†They are my companions.¬†They are my family and I don’t want them to argue.¬†I…