Emotional utterance that seeks to move hearers to a like feeling.
Here is Thomas Dekker, urging on us the pleasures of country life:
Hast thou a desire to rule, get up to the mountains, and thou shalt see the greatest trees stand trembling before thee to do thee reverence, those maist thou call thy Nobles....Wouldest thou behold battles? Step into the fields, there shalt thou see excellent combats between the standing Corn and the Winds. Art thou a tyrant and delightest in the fall of the Great Ones? Muster then thy Harvesters together, and down with those proud Summer Lords. (The Pelican Book of English Prose, 1.261)
A Handlist of Rhetorical Terms, Second Edition, Richard A. Lanham, 1991