Pathos

the sense of pity or sorrow aroused by a particular element or scene in a literary work.
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Pathos

Poetry (or other literature) which evokes pity or sadness in the reader e.g. Send No Money by Philip Larkin. Carried too far, pathos can become bathos.
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pathos

[n] - a style that has the power to evoke feelings 2. [n] - a quality that arouses emotions (especially pity or sorrow)
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Pathos

Pa'thos noun [ Latin , from Greek pa`qos a suffering, passion, from ..., ..., to suffer; confer ... toil, Latin pati to suffer, English patient .] That quality or property of anything which touches the feelings or excites emotions and passions, esp., that which awakens tender emo
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Pathos

Pa'thos noun 1. The quality or character of those emotions, traits, or experiences which are personal, and therefore restricted and evanescent; transitory and idiosyncratic dispositions or feelings as distinguished from those which are universal and deep-seated in character; -- opposed to etho
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pathos

poignancy noun a quality that arouses emotions (especially pity or sorrow); `the film captured all the pathos of their situation`
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pathos

noun a style that has the power to evoke feelings
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Pathos

• (n.) The quality or character of those emotions, traits, or experiences which are personal, and therefore restricted and evanescent; transitory and idiosyncratic dispositions or feelings as distinguished from those which are universal and deep-seated in character; -- opposed to ethos. • (n.) Suffering; the enduring of active stress or a
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pathos

(from the article `comedy`) ...the pathos, or suffering, of mankind. This distinction goes back to Aristotle, who, in the Rhetoric, distinguished between ethos, a man`s natural ...
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pathos

pathos A quality that arouses feelings of pity, sympathy, tenderness, or sorrow; a feeling of sympathy or pity. Pathos and pity have in common the idea of tender emotion aroused by suffering or distress. Pathos is a quality, as in literature and art, that arouses feelings of pity or sorrow. Bathos is the sudden shift in speech or writing from a lof
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Pathos

Pathos (s; plural: patha or pathea; πάθος, for "suffering" or "experience;" adjectival form: `pathetic` from παθητικός) represents an appeal to the audience`s emotions. Pathos is a communication technique used most often in rhetoric (where it is considered one of the three modes of persuasion, alongside ethos and logos), and i...
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pathos

Quality that arouses pity, sadness, or sympathy. In literature, pathos is attributed to a scene or passage designed to evoke feelings of tenderness, pity, or sympathy
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Pathos

[manga] Pathos is a Japanese manga written and illustrated by Mika Sadahiro. It is licensed in North America by Digital Manga Publishing, which released the first volume on July 22, 2008, and the second on September 23, 2008. ==Reception== Leroy Douresseaux says of Pathos that "Rarely are vampires as sexy as they are in Pathos", and favoura
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Pathos

In its rhetorical sense, pathos is a writer or speaker's attempt to inspire an emotional reaction in
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