B) He returns to the image of himself as a young boy.
When writing, an author can use several rhetorical devices in order to persuade, inform or impact the audience in the desired way. In the given excerpt from the conclusion of the Nobel Prize acceptance speech of Elie Wiesel, we can see that, to appeal to the emotions of the audience, he uses an image of himself as a young boy, as we can see in the phrase "This is what I say to the young Jewish boy wondering what I have done with his years."
Casualties totaled more than 38,000 Americans wounded and 12,000 killed or missing, more than 107,000 Japanese and Okinawan conscripts killed, and perhaps 100,000 Okinawan civilians who perished in the battle. The battle of Okinawa proved to be the bloodiest battle of the Pacific War
I had taken the quiz, A is incorrect.
The correct answer is C.
The answer is 200,000.
The correct answer is B. By returning to the image of himself as a young boy.
The story of "Elie" Wiesel about his experiences as a 15-year-old child during the Holocaust is a memory of prodigious power: his humanity shines on every page as he witnesses the tragedy that the Jewish race suffered at the hands of the Nazis.
the answer is "by providing data about careers and annual mean wages"