In order to aid America's heart, Margaret Thatcher uses a variety of rhetorical strategies in order to convey her message. She starts the paragraph off by appealing to the audience by stating that " we have lost a great president", by doing this she hopes to connect with the audience. Her choice of diction such as "cheerful", "invigorating", " daunting", and "free world", Thatcher is trying to state Reagan's accomplishments and what he went through. She hopes to achieve an emotional response from the audience.
In his speech, he gave America advice for the future. An important theme that George Washington reflected was nobility. He understood that he could not rule by tyranny and stepped down from power. His humbleness has carried the United States into a tradition of presidency for centuries.
Thirty two years ago on June 6, 1984, at Pointe du Hoc on the northern shore of France President Ronald Reagan delivered what would be considered to be one of his greatest speeches. On the fortieth anniversary of D-Day, President Reagan spoke with raw emotion and simplicity that made the events of that longest day real to those who were not there. He honored, inspired, and touched people that he would never meet all in the short span of under fifteen minutes. The man who was dubbed the “Great Communicator” communicated a chilling message of freedom, determination, and heart to America and the rest of the world. He would use this speech to describe the events of that day forty years before in a way that made one see the bombs, and hear the gunfire.
While President Reagan was tall in stature, his words and beliefs made him seem even taller with his statement regarding our allies and “impose on their sovereignty, for or own sovereignty is not for sale”. President Reagan also showed his strength and humility by reflecting and educating America on the beauty he sees from where he is standing; the monument of George Washington, memorial to Thomas Jefferson, and the monument of Abraham Lincoln. He also speaks of the Arlington National Cemetery and the heroes who lay there as well as he points out a story of Martin Treptow and his diary that was found on his body. The diary contained a flyleaf and the pledge that Martin Treptow had written under the heading, “America must win this war. Therefore, I will work, I will save, I will sacrifice, I will endure, I will fight cheerfully and do my utmost, as if the issue of the whole struggle depended on me alone.”
One of an analysis of President that Ronald Reagan uses in his speech is simile. He compared what happened on the challenger disaster and what happened to the great explorer Sir Francis Drake. As well he showed how they are so similar accident. Both of them lost their life just for one reason which is to discover the world and to make our live easier. According to what Ronald Reagan said” The future doesn’t belong to the fainthearted; it belongs to the brave” (Ronald Reagan).
I believe the quote on page 176 is a great summary of the highs and lows of Amory’s life. There is a certain sadness in everything he does, whether it be losing a girlfriend such as Rosalind or role model such as Dick Humbird. This quote also hints at the importance of
Macbeth Macbeth was a great war hero who is shown as a great person , he is put in the spotlight and given all the attention. Macbeth is a great anobel hero who is faced with many decisions and prophecies, decisions and prophecies that may have made his fate come sooner than it should have. We are told of his intentions through side notes and mental thoughts this informs the audience of what he is planning on doing and it gives us clues as to what type of person he is. The person is his is also greatly influenced by his wife and the way and manner she presents herself gives us detail into their lives. The love that they share for one another is a love that is so deep that it really cannot be described in words but only in actions.
My Captain!” is an example of a threnody, which is a lament or elegy for the dead. Walt Whitman was inspired by Abraham Lincoln, whom he considered to be the greatest patriot who ever lived. He was devastated by the fact that President Lincoln was killed before he could see the country being united again and receiving any honors for his part in that. Whitman uses metaphors to convey the description of the Civil War era. He depicts America as a ship, the Civil War as a journey, and President Lincoln as the captain of the ship.
Obama Thanked Bush in his speech for the work he 's done for our country. George and obama 's speech has many differences but they have similarities as well. For example they both did it to become president. They both thanked god and they talk about the nation in
yes, the author presents a strong case. He gives in details and in an emotional way the conditions that the country faces. He criticizes the fact that some Americans try to run away from reality and evokes the emotions of the Americans by calling for action, strong support and advocates that, it is the time to speak the truth. He strongly analyses the tax rising, income shrinking, trade decline, exchange decline, among others. 4.
For what do we remember reagan by? “We must reject the idea that every time a law 's broken, society is guilty rather than the lawbreaker. It is time to restore the American precept that each individual is accountable for his actions.” We remember Reagan by a lot of things from Firing 11 thousand Union pilots when they were protesting for higher wages. workers to bringing down the Berlin Wall.
“The only thing we have to fear, is fear itself.” Those famous words uttered by FDR on March 4th, 1933, put him on the Map and he made an indelible mark on America. My interest for FDR and presidents in general began at a young age, i loved FDR and my research for this essay opened my eyes to stuff I did not even know about him. FDR was elected to 3 terms, but not everybody knows why. He was so loved by the American people.