henry uses ethos, pathos and logos to call for everyone to fight. he uses rhetorical question like: : is life so dear, or peace so sweet, as to be purchased at the price of chains and slavery," antithesis like: "give me liberty, or give me death," repetition like: ". . we must fight! i repeat it, sir, we must fight," parrallelism like: "is life so dear, or peace so sweet . ." restatement like: "trust it not . . let us not deceive ourselves, sir" and excalamtion like: "the war is actually begun! the next gale that sweeps from the north will bring to our ears the clash of resounding arms! " he uses rheotorical questions and appeals to get the politicians thinking.
it's called that because it was one of the first streets in new york city to be lit with electric lights. people continue to use this term today because the millions of lights on the theatre marquees still brighten up the night sky in a flashing white.
b. present the grandmother is not the direct object. neither is the family or the word whole.