It is such an honor to write a report about it as it affects so many people. The flag is an inspiration to United States’ citizens because it represents unity, purity, and justice. This is key to a successful nation and its people. The flag also brings hope and courage to all. When you look at the flag all you may see is a piece of fabric that seems to be everywhere.
“In his life time the great frontier were the oceans” (7). The symbolism expresses the passion Drake had for traveling on the sea. Which expresses the message to the nation that the seven astronauts passion was to seek adventures like the one they were loss on. Reagan’s use of rhetorical tools creates an optimistic thought to the all citizens that the seven astronauts passion and bravery has just started their
"brought with him a reputation for literature, science and a happy talent of composition. Writings of his were handed about" (David Colbert, Page 79) This goes to show that Thomas Jefferson was thought very highly off that he was asked to write the Declaration of Independence. It shows he was a hero as his thoughts and writing were the starting point
He was very fair throughout his presentation. He repeated phrases like “Let freedom ring” and “I have a dream”, and made the speech compelling. In fact, at the end of the speech, the audience from the audio and I got excited from it. I believe how the crowd and location made a part to its success. The Lincoln Memorial showed symbolism to King’s words; which is important for rhetoric standards.
Ernesto Galarza and the Apollo 13 crew both undertook a mission. The Apollo 13 crew went on a mission of discovering the lunar highlights, but turned into a mission of survival. Ernesto Galarza had a mission of becoming a good American and learning English in the United States. Both stories had to be courageous, determined and have teamwork with other people. These characteristics helped them achieve their goal.
Freedom is their reward.” Mandela emphasizes liberation, hope, equality and many other emotions throughout the speech. The use of nouns, anaphora, and repetition to set his ideas for the audience, make the audience to believe that better life is coming. He creates a tone of gratitude towards every single person that helps him to conquer the freedom of his homeland.
She has automatic credibility because she has written stories before, so she knows how to make the story relatable. Logos is applied by using imagery. She uses so many details such as “The dark red fire parted into two gigantic wings…” The reader can envision the fire separating from one stream to two. Readers found the effective commentary reliable in that imagery that she puts forth. The moon landing mission housed a great accomplishment for the world.
These qualities are all possessed by humans in today’ society which makes the epic poem more relatable to today’s public. The epic appeals to audiences today because Odysseus is a hero that society can admire for his perseverance through a perilous journey. Odysseus survives against all odds during
He was intentionally clever to inspire his audience by using ethos, logos, and pathos. Dr. Kings speech ended up being so rhetorically substantial that it motivated the government to take action on civil rights. This speech was not the start or the finish, but a outstanding moment in the fight for equal rights of everyone. Dr. King states “Free at last. Free at last.
He acted with a sense of urgency and importance in his mission and was decisive in his approach. His relationship with the people as well as the other leaders in his society was one of great respect and admiration. The King would give his own daughter to Turnus and the queen was willing to sacrifice herself for him. This relationship of trust between leaders and followers enhances a society and increases the overall cohesiveness and dedication for the group’s best
Historians still praise President Washington to this day for his successful leadership in North America. In this novel, Lengel exposes the many people who attempted at slandering Washington 's personal character, his life, and his religious views for their own benefit. Although some of these people looking for an easy dollar
Diction when combined with repetition can be a powerful thing. The use of repetition can be found in this nationalistic statement that is meant to instill the feeling of unity and a sense of comradery in the reader towards these grievance-groups/factions. “And this way to uplift satisfied the grievance-group “experts” because it laid the ground for their sovereignty and permanency: You negotiated with us. You funded us. You shared power, at least a bit of it, with us” (Steele 457).
Because the author was a personal witness to the launch, she herself wanted to tell others why the launch was a great accomplishment for man. Since the subject was the Apollo 11 launch, she would be explaining a subject that most people know about, so she didn’t just talk about the the basics and facts, instead she explained in detail what happened and why it is so important. The audience of the Objectivist most likely value individualism, freedom, and reason just like Ayn which allows her to write in a way that satisfies her and not just in a way that satisfies others. How does the text appeal to ethos, pathos, and logos? This text appeals to ethos because we know that Ayn is a novelist and also partially created a publication called the Objectivist.
I believe Thomas King does an excellent job of making an audience full of these readers aware of their privilege. One of the purposes of Thomas King’s book The Truth About Stories was to show how influential stories truly are in our lives and how many stories relate to self and subject. King does and excellent job of telling his own stories to reiterate this theme throughout the