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What Does Atticus Rely on in Lines 7-12?

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Atticus Finch’s Closing Argument to the Jury, from To Kill A Mockingbird*

Lee, Harper. "Chapter 20." To Kill a Mockingbird. Philadelphia: Lippincott, 1960. N. pag. Print.

The persuasive effect of lines 7-12 rely primarily on the speaker’s use of

A

archetypes in order to distance his client from the reality of the matter.

B

commonplace expressions in order to lessen the magnitude of the charge.

C

antithesis in order to draw contrasts between his client and the true guilty party.

D

colloquialisms in order to identify more closely with the jury.

E

syllogistic reasoning in order to show that his argument is logically sound.