The Weaker Dominating the Stronger: Rhetorical Strategies in Gladwell’s “David and Goliath”

In the Elah valley, a massive warrior Goliath was slain by a shepherd David in a battle. Many see the battle to be one of sheer luck and wit, but this fable could uncover a more broad and common perspective. Gladwell argues that the weaker person, or underdog, will not always lose or be at … Read moreThe Weaker Dominating the Stronger: Rhetorical Strategies in Gladwell’s “David and Goliath”