Rhetoric and injustice: Pankhurst's use of rhetoric and structure
in this lesson, we will study Pankhurst's use of structure to put across a convincing, confident argument. We will use her as inspiration for our own powerful, Pankhurst-esque speeches around gender injustice.
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