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The Perils of Indifference

            "The Perils of Indifference- is a masterful speech that must be reprinted in the second edition of the Echoes. This unique piece or literature combines powerful content, distinctive form and compelling meaning to produce an unforgettable oral masterpiece. [Balanced Sentence-1] Furthermore, Eli Wiesel includes a very important lesson of the twenty- first century that must be heavily taught upon the people of my generation. Above all my dear editors, this essay will convince you that the second edition of Echoes cannot exits without Wiesel's "The Perils of Indifference-.
             First of all, through "The Perils of Indifference-, Wiesel reminds us of the immense horrors of the Holocaust. [Allusion-2] In fact, the author explicitly describes how racial hate, fueled by vast feeling of indifference [Metaphor-3], can scar human history in such inhumane ways. For this reason, the grim tragedies of the past century must not be forgotten: young people, students, such as I, must repetitively be reminded of the great evil that hatred can inspire [Personification-4]; this history must never repeat itself. As striking as boiling blood [Simile-5], "The Perils of Indifference- profoundly reminds us of the dangers of being apathetic to the evils that happen around us. This is why "The Perils of Indifference- is unique; this is why it should be reprinted. .
             Secondly, unlike other essays in the Echoes, this essay is written in the form of a speech "this characteristic of "The Perils of Indifference- must be treasured. Surely, it has been said that speech-crafting is an essential skill in English. It has also has been established that a powerful speech in the hands of a talented orator can attain the masses attention, influence the masses with the moving content, and as a result, can mobilize the masses of humanity to one's command. [Climatic word order-6] Did the Humanity not have countless, world-famous orators that have shuddered the foundations [Hyperbole -7] of greater nations.

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