Read the passage from animal farm. "what is that gun firing for? " said boxer. "to celebrate our victory! " cried squealer. "what victory? " said boxer. his knees were bleeding, he had lost a shoe and split his hoof, and a dozen pellets had lodged themselves in his hind leg. "what victory, comrade? have we not driven the enemy off our soil—the sacred soil of animal farm? " "but they have destroyed the windmill. and we had worked on it for two years! " "what matter? we will build another windmill. we will build six windmills if we feel like it. you do not appreciate, comrade, the mighty thing that we have done. the enemy was in occupation of this very ground that we stand upon. and now— to the leadership of comrade napoleon—we have won every inch of it back again! " "then we have won back what we had before," said boxer. which propaganda technique does this passage use? a)plain folks b)scapegoat c)bandwagon d)glittering generalities answer-d
D glittering generalities :)
The correct answer is D. Glittering generalities
"Glittering generalities" is a propaganda or persuasive technique that involves using phrases or language to appeal to the emotions without providing real or factual evidence to support it.
In the excerpt from Animal Farm, Squealer uses this appeal because he used phrases such as "Have we not driven the enemy off our soil—the sacred soil of Animal Farm?" or "What matter? We will build another windmill. We will build six windmills if we feel like it" that are phrases charged with positive emotions for the victory but are not supported with evidence, due to this Boxer disagrees with Squealer position trying to explain they have just kept what they had before while the windmill has been destroyed.
citizens are given 25 years of life to prove their worth to society; if they fail to do great things
margot’s silence imply? what will be her relationship with the other children from this point forward? remember, we read about how the most effective authors tap into the power of imagination. we have to use that imagination, and what we have learned about margot, her classmates, and their experiences