Question 1 of 10 indifference is always the friend of the enemy... This is an example of... Personification Simile Metaphor Allusion Question 2 of 10 Anger is better than indifference for all these reasons except..... Anger is less dangerous. Anger causes us to take a stand. Anger allows us to have a voice. Anger is more creative Question 3 of 10 Asking questions for which an answer is not always expected is using a ______question. Alliterative Metaphorical Rhetorical Analytical Question 4 of 10 These failures have cast a dark shadow....this is an example of a.... Personification Metaphor Allusion Simile Question 5 of 10 Indifference is tempting because it is..... Easier Empowering Encouraging Popular Question 6 of 10 Indifference is not a beginning...it is an end...this is an example of a... Metaphor Paradox Allusion Logical appeal Question 7 of 10 Wiesel was a Jewish boy from the ________mountains. Andes Alps Himalayan Carpathian Question 8 of 10 At the end of the speech, Wiesel describes the children affected by war. This technique appeals to our.... Religion Ethics Emotions Logic Question 9 of 10 Wiesel felt that to be ______________by God was worse than to be punished by Him. Destroyed Abandoned Lied to Chastised Question 10 of 10 All of the following statements could describe Wiesel's intent except.... To encourage us to take a stand against genocide. To encourage us to realize that we all are part of humanity. To warn us of the dangers of apathy. To criticize the United States for not doing more to help.