I know others might feel differently but in this essay I give my reasoning on why I believe that Americans are brave, welcoming, and judgmental. A lot of Americans are very brave. They endure things but tend to not care and still try to be their own individual selves. “ Sitting there, with his eyes almost shut from his beating, making another American flag.” (McCain pg.7) This is a great example of an American who is brave. Even though, he was beaten in an inch of his life for having the flag in his shirt, he still decided that he wanted to have the American flag still close to him while he was imprisoned, so he risked getting another beating and sewed it in his shirt again.
He states, “Symbolizes an end as well as a beginning” and “signifies renewal as well as change” in order to do so. This connects the younger generation of Americans and the older generation. He unites them under one goal and one purpose by using antithesis, ignoring their differences, and prepares them for what’s there to come in the future. He uses ethos quite effectively to re-establish his personal character. It was well known that Kennedy was a very religious man, and he reinforces this concept by citing the Lord’s name several times, as well as alluding to
Do you know who the first catholic president is? Its president Kennedy. He is influential speaker and has really spoke out to many people. His speeches and actions really influenced many people. Also he was remembered for his assassination.
In the past there have been many amazing and inspiring speeches that people have read. One of the amazing speeches was called I Have a Dream read by Martin Luther King Jr. He shared with the world that everyone is equal no matter the color of their skin. Another great speech that had been spoke was by Colonel Joshua Lawrence Chamberlain during the Civil War before they had gone into the three day battle at Gettysburg. His speech was so amazing and he had such great traits that he ended up convincing 120 mutineers to go into battle with him.
Everyone, at some point in their lives will read, The Gettysburg Address, as it is one of the most popular speeches in the United States. However, taking a deeper look into the speech, it is pure rhetorical genius. Lecturing on the human condition and transcendent issues make it a brilliant literary work. Although written in 1863, when the speech was given it was pragmatic for the time period. Addressing the audience with emotion and a sense of belonging, Lincoln, used rhetorical strategies to call his people to action.
Up until this point Chief never revealed his secret to anyone within the ward, yet here he willingly speaks to McMurphy and laughs at his singing. McMurphy made him want to laugh at himself for the first time which would never really happen in the ward if he was not there because no one in the ward would suspect that the Chief is not deaf or mute. Not only does McMurphy acknowledges Chief more than the other patients by knowing that he is not ill, and also by learning about his background story. Chief comes from Columbia Gorge and his family is also just as big as himself. He tells McMurphy about his father and how he was a real strong independent Chief.
When I first listened to Martin Luther King’s “I Had a Dream” speech, I was surprised by the fact how slow he spoke. The audience would’ve been able to catch every word. Then during the times the audience were being loud, I also noticed that King patiently waited. I appreciated how he included everyone into his speech. He was very fair throughout his presentation.
King is a tremendous speaker and in large part does not have much too improve on in terms of the content he uses in his speeches, the organization of his speech’s, and the way he delivers his speech’s. King delivers his speeches in a slow manner, emplacing the points that he wants people to take away from his speeches. Additionally, his delivery of speeches paints such a vivid picture that those listening feel the reality of the change and follow him on his journey. For the lack of improvement that he needs to make as a speaker this is truly why King is widely considered one of the best speakers of all time. Both the I Have a Dream Speech, and Give us the Ballot speech demonstrate King’s ability to sway the masses through the use of his style and delivery.
He starts his sentences with the same lines. This is a great way to make his statements. Obama sets a logical argument when addressing the audience. He says this at the beginning of his speech. “Each of us has deeply held beliefs.
At first, they will fight this with all they can, which means that they will not spend any money in such activities. The older generation still feels that the idea of international products is better than local ones, and those who have the financial capacity to travel abroad will do so, because it is a drastic change in the culture and would require extensive marketing to get the citizens to believe in local entertainment and domestic tourism. Then it will require citizens who are religiously conservative to be more accepting of the changes that are