1. Sojourner Truth heavily employs ethos and a powerful voice to convey a woman's strength. She uses her experiences and anecdote to establish her own credibility as a strong woman. These events, particularly her motherly anecdote, establish an inspirational pathos. She also uses her examples to build logos, directly combating female stereotypes particularly through her analogy to Christ. Her goal is to persuade the listener to honor women and better establish women's rights.
2. Truth uses personal experiences to combat stereotypes about female weakness or intellectual inferiority.
3. The speech is colloquial and brief, pointedly conveying Truth's message. She becomes both relatable and powerful, calling women to action.
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