Anistrophe is defined as the repetition of the same word or phrase at the end of successive clauses. Kelley uses this near the beginning of her speech to emphasize the point that all of these groups did increase, but the increase of young girls was by far the most drastic.
This essay begins with a paragraph summarizing the context in which Kelley delivered her speech, announcing that “Kelley uses several rhetorical strategies to convey her message to her audience.” However, the essay does little more than that. It contains no real analysis of the speech and no development of any ideas. The student’s one.