Right from the get-go, it is clear Oprah hooks her audience through her profound reliability through her use of ethos. Oprah’s humble beginnings coupled with her undeniable success and platform further solidifies her credibility and sense of sincerity with that of the audience. Thus, through her well-found respect, Oprah is initially able to captivate the audience. In addition to this, Oprah further encapsulates the audience through her touching use of pathos through her use of anecdotes. The moving story of Recy Taylor, a woman raped and beaten, through the retelling of Oprah, only further hooks the audience, creates a sense of sincerity and intimacy, and ultimately strengthens Oprah’s persuasion of the audience.
This speech would be one that would not only move the civilians so much so that they 'd put their fate in the hands of the queen and her troops, but also force that would will these troops to be brave and fight with the strength reign through. Queen Elizabeth first establishes the credibility of her troops ability to defend themselves and the people of her realm in the battle against the troops of those of the king of Spain. The queen acknowledges the persuasion by the people regarding their safety to “take heed how we commit ourselves to armed multitudes, for fear of treachery.” In response Queen Elizabeth declares “Let tyrants fear, I have placed my chiefest strength and safeguard in the loyal hearts and good-will of my subjects.” The queen relies that in this battle, she 's no fool but more so the Spanish King and his men are since they have dared to inflict pain and fear into the queen and her
Blood, Toil, Tears, and Sweat was a speech given by Winston Churchill. This was his speech promising the British of his nonstop work to get the victory against Germany. He proposed a new government to Parliament respectfully in a speech. He helped give the military confidence so, they could go into war with their head head high. In the end, the British won the war.
Elisabeth the first probably wrote this speech because she knew that some of her men had no faith in her and in their chances at winning against the Spanish armada. The queen tries to abridge a link between her and her troops, and tries to show them that she worth of their trust and will eventually reward them for defending her. thus it can be deducted that if it wasn’t for the Queen’s speech the battle might have turned out to be very different and the Spanish might have win. Therefore Elisabeth was able to use Ethos, Logos, and Pathos to make a well rouded and very convincing speech for her
As women we feel deeply and we are all part of a bigger plan to give life to mankind; therefore it is reasonable to assume that we are all interlocked with each other. Janelle Monae’s words really resonated with me, because they fit me exactly where I am right now. I feel myself becoming a more fearless person. The more adversity
When people hear the name of Winston Churchill, it instantly conjures up images of bravery, valor, and an unwavering commitment to his country. Many credit Churchill’s ability to deliver a moving speech as to why he was able to persuade a country to war. Churchill was not the only British leader able to move a country to war. Less known than Churchill, Queen Elizabeth had to rally her country to war in 1588 against the Spanish Armada coming to attack. As with Churchill, Queen Elizabeth also gave a speech in order to rally the masses.
Because of the attitude towards women in the society of that day, many women possessed strength that they were never allowed to use. Chopin implies that this strength is repressed when she describes Mrs. Mallard as having a face "whose lines bespoke repression and even a certain strength" (Page 202). Mrs. Mallard is a strong woman who immediately begins to take her life into her own hands and starts to make decisions and plans for her future. Many women would not have had the strength to deal with these new ideas and emotions but would have simply allowed another man to take control of their life. Women should not only be powerful but also beautiful and independent.
Another argument many believe in is that the military is not appropriate for women due to its traditional gender stereotypes. These people tend to object to soldiers showing stereotypical feminine qualities. Yet, it has been proven that women can show the qualities of a stereotypical soldier and leave their femininity behind while working. Although women in combat may seem as a concern to only a small group of people, it should in fact concern anyone who cares about the equality of women in masculine ruled careers. Women should be given the same and equal opportunities as males when it comes to the military, as they are able to perform to the same physical fitness standards and training, increase cohesion and moral in a military unit, and challenge the old traditional masculine stereotypes
Specifically, she states that all her interviewees who have gone through horrible time “maintain hope for a brighter morning — even during [their] darkest nights.” (near the end of the video) She conveys this sense of hope to inspire the audience and demonstrate that life is not something that is bad forever and that it can be changed for the better. Oprah, through her appeal to a wide audience and rhetorical techniques inspires the empowerment of women and an anticipation for a brighter future. The conviction in her tone of voice, body language, and diction bolster her cause and motivate her audience to impact society
Some examples include the scarlet letter Hester wears, the rose bush, and even Pearl’s extravagant, crimson dress. It’s no wonder Hawthorne specifically intertwined red symbols so closely with Hester Prynne’s life, because by doing so, he allowed readers to better see her true character and her innermost feelings. This then makes it easier to understand her motivation to love Dimmesdale and Pearl, continue surviving, and secretly wish to be free. On the surface it may appear that the Scarlet Letter is