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Fable for tomorrow

This town does not actually exist, but it might easily have a thousand counterparts in America or elsewhere in the world. I know of no community that has experienced all the misfortunes I describe. Yet every one of these disasters has actually happened somewhere, and many real communities have already suffered a substantial number of them. A grim specter has crept upon us almost unnoticed, and this imagined tragedy may easily become a stark reality we all shall know. ..

IS this paragraph logos

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    should be ETHOS

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    IN Rachel carson essay FABLE FOR TOMORROW she used only the pathos and ethos

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    Doesn't this fable appeal to the emotions?

    It hasn't convinced me either by its sound arguments nor by the expertise of the author.

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    Now you identify the author, which could give it credence as an ethos argument. However, without knowing the author, pathos is what stands out.


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    so you said arguments is logos

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