Summary Of Be Patriotic By Paul Stoahr

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The poster of “Be Patriotic” by Paul Stahr created around the year 1917/18 incorporates a couple of visual strategies in an effort to persuade the viewers to sign the United States food pledge. The first visual strategies is the woman figure in the middle. First off, her body language is indicative of asking or even begging, with her arms outstretched as if she’s pleading the viewer to do all they can. The strategy of her facial expression, she looks serious and even can be interpreted as somber. Another strategy incorporation using the central woman figure is her clothes. Dressed in the american flag, she is a symbol for America, and since the poster doesn’t come outright and say “America” instead words like “patriotic” and “your country”

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