Eleanor Roosevelt was a First Lady during the time of the Great Depression. She made huge differences in the lives of women, youth, and minorities. Eleanor Roosevelt was born on October 11, 1884, in New York, New York. While her parent was alive she lived in Italy with them. He father was Elliot Roosevelt, he was a junior partner at a real estate firm.
She must be patriotic because of her family ties, and the widely accepted hatred for communism according to ad populum. Another logical fallacy Porter has used is appeal to fear. She constructs fear in the audience by bringing the discussion of blackmail into the letter. Porter intended to create support for her refusal to sign the oath of allegiance by showing the audience she was being blackmailed. She states that she does not “Like being told that [she] must take an oath of allegiance to [her] government and flag under the threat of losing [her] employment if [she] does not,” (Porter 551).
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
3 The language is very close, Pankhurst uses "you" and "I" to identify with the audience and get through this that listeners are reflected in their words. Soldier uses the idea to make them aware of their difficulties in the fight for rights. In British Feminism in the Twentieth century, Harold L. Smith praised Pankhurst 's eloquence in his speeches and showing a great ability to communicate with people. Emmeline says things they encounter in their country, with a goal that this could raise awareness among women of what they suffer to get the right to vote, as a message that nothing can stop them. She compares the history of the United States for their rights with the struggle of women, perhaps because she trusts that this will make them more aware of their struggle.
"But if you play along, say, without choking, and give your consent, for the time being, He 'll take the pressure off, thereby freeing all of us to find a workable plan to keep you from a marriage with this man" (Moliere). Dorine creates her stature and importance when she suggested for Mariane and Valere to cooperate with her plans. Unlike most of the other family members, who are either too foolish or too incompetent to take care of the problem, she is a cheeky challenger of inequality and stupidity. The range of her power here is not only to sway events, but positions also.. Further, by proposing Mariane pretend as if she will go along with her father 's plans, she shows a comprehension of the same approaches Tartuffe uses, though she uses them for virtuousness rather than deception. The way Moliere composed Dorine goes hand in hand with Wollstonecraft 's beliefs or gender equality.
Roekmini show his rejection by said that if she is forced to praise Kartini a lot, she will be tired. This strategy is used to show disaggrement with the hearer indirectly. b. Positive politeness strategy 1. Notice/attend to hearer wants Roekmini implemented this strategy twice, one of rhe example is when she nd Kardinah are arguing about marriage, both she and Kardinah really hate if the woman need to marry, and Roekmini notice/attend to Kardinah’s wants by saying that she is sure if woman no need to marry, Roekmini express if she agree with Kardinah.
Eleanor Roosevelt with her informal speech, the Adoption of the Declaration of Human Rights (1948), explains her opinion on the importance of the declaration and how we need to treat freedom has a right not a privilege. Eleanor supports her speech by using euphemism, apostrophe, and anadiplosis. Eleanor's purpose for the speech is to address the united nations that human rights is an important matter in the nation. She addresses this speech to the united nations, blacks, whites, and world war two victims for which the document was intended for. Eleanor was born October 11, 1884 has Anna Eleanor Roosevelt in New York, New York.
To be shot for something she believes in is a very touchy subject. As she states in her book, “ To me, the moral of the story was there will always be hurdles in life, but if you want to achieve a goal, you must continue” (Yousafzai, 168). Where she was talking about a story she had read, but she also referenced it to her life. To which she won’t give up on what she believes in education there will be obstacles, but her persistence will help her overcome them. Moreover, Malala in her book also states, “I tell them to think of a girl who is married off at eleven… Or the children who have been killed by bomb and bullets.
If one is to look intently at the speech, there seems to be inconsistencies on her ideas. As aforementioned, she described herself as anti-materialistic, but, on the succeeding part, she mentioned, “…for above all earthly treasure, I esteem my people’s love, more than which I desire not to merit (Hallsall, 1996).” The sense of guilt then surfaces since she recognizes that, in a way, the material possession are still things which she have and cannot live without. However, as Leah Marcus states in her study (as cited in Jackson, 2009), she was able to save herself with the use of her imagery and rhetorical style, from which she was able to turn around events into things which are pleasantly sounding, emphasizing her main thrusts as being queen in England, that is, at the end, the welfare of everyone is benefited in the light of some issues thrown upon her. Though this interpretation shine a negative light unto Elizabeth, there still appears to be a form of prominent presence revolving around her, which is why she was able to be liked by most of her people; because, even if such things exist, they are, in a way, cancelled by her sound and visible policies and actions where people can refer to, in assessing her
It would be a wasted opportunity to not take advantage of Michelle Obama’s great speech which emphasizes on children. It was a theme that was used by a number of other speakers at the convention she attended. This was further amplified by Tanya Plibersek during her visit to our schools. Watch Michelle Obama's wonderful speech here. Education is the fundamental