Judge Taylor looked like the stereotypical judge from that time period, “amiable, white-haired, slightly ruddy-faced, he was a man who ran his court with an alarming informality,” (Lee, 165). Much like a main character in the novel, Atticus, Judge Taylor believes in equality, his focus is on the truth as well as the law. He was the man that appointed
Specifically, 1776 the year we gained our independence from Great Britain. He reminds us where we came from and how we as people joined together in the past to defeat a common enemy. Abraham Lincoln reminds us that we came from a king that showed no mercy towards us Americans. President Lincoln takes time to show honor for all of those who fought in battle and got wounded or killed. “The Gettysburg Address” is specifically made up to this point in time in our nation’s gruesome history.
The odysseus were the ones to come up with a plan to finish the war. A horse was given to the Trojans which represented peace Odysseus hid a few men in the horse and then fired to the city and they then won the war. Heroes of Trojan War : The most important heroes of the Trojan War was Achilles, Odysseus and Ajax. Achilles was killed and Odysseus came in charge to make sure the Trojans were secure, while Ajax carried away Achilles body back to the greek camp. Odysseus was awarded as the hero who did the most greatest services to the Greek causes in the war.He won this award from a contest armour of
To put it in another way, he appeared unique from the opposing advocates, and it is simple to state that he is genuine compared to them. This remains said, concerning the lawyer, since he never did it for the money, preferably, he stood for those who were miss treated and couldn’t afford a competent lawyer.
Elatos was a lower middle class man who did not have much ethos. His strongest debate point was that of logos, because he argued that Euphiletus had no reasons to kill Eratosthenes for money. He stated, “once your wife has been corrupted, you lose the respect from your fellow citizens, and no amount of money will fix it.” While Elatos is just a lower middle class man, he does have a good point. The third debator in Group B, Marandus (Maranda) had great diction as well as poise. He was one of the few people in the debate to use strong ethos.
Atticus Finch, might not be the most perfect person in the world, but he is known to be the best lawyer to the "Best Shot in Town." In the novel To Kill A Mockingbird by Harper Lee, many people respect Atticus for being a great man to hated by some for treating Negroes fairly. Whether people hate or despise him, but it doesn 't take long to see that Atticus is not that bad of a human being. Atticus will treat you fairly no matter what race or how rich you are and he doesn 't care what the people in Maycomb think. In chapter nine, Atticus says, "I 'm simply defending a Negro--his name 's Tom Robinson.
They both had strong speeches in their logos. Brutus told the people that Caesar was killed for a reason by stating “had you rather Caesar were living, and/ die all slaves, than that Caesar were dead, above all/ freemen?” (3.2 24-26). Brutus was telling the people that since Caesar are dead, everyone can be free and no one should have to be slaves by force. Even though that Brutus won in ethos and pathos, Antony had a slightly stronger logos appeal. Antony told the people about him trying to make Caesar king.
Marc Antony’s Persuasiveness The Tragedy of Julius Caesar by William Shakespeare is a play that explains the assassination of Julius Caesar and the civil war after his death through a tale of friendship and betrayal. In act III, scene ii of the play, Julius Caesar’s right-hand man, Marc Antony, is able to persuade the crowd at Caesar’s funeral to go against the conspirators and seek revenge for Caesar. Antony used great techniques to win over the crowd that was, moment earlier, all in favor of Brutus and were glad that he killed Caesar. In his speech, Marc Antony uses ethos, pathos, and logos to persuade that crowd. Ethos is relating to ethics or morals, pathos is related to emotion, and logos is related to logic or reasoning.
This is “a disaster for his cause”(306), as the events that happen at Philippi bring forth his ironic downfall and the catastrophic ending for the Republic. Similar to Cassius, Brutus’s final words praise Caesar and ask for his forgiveness, and mentions the supernatural element to Caesar’s death, telling Caesar “‘now be still’” because his death has been avenged and since his ghost can now rest easy after regaining honor by killing the conspirators and showing Caesar’s importance(5.5.56). By saying he killed the dictator “‘with half so good a will’” (5.5.57), he is regretting his decision to attempt the regicide and claiming is was impulsive and not well thought out, an uncharacteristic trait for a supposed stoic. Although Augustus believes Brutus’s suicide was heroic, it was completely unnecessary if only Brutus listened to the ghost. He was warned that they “‘shall meet at Philippi’”(4.3.327) , but Brutus
“You never really understand a persoon until you consider things from his point of view.... until you climb into his skin and walk around in it.” He is well-respected lawyer in the community and is respected for his fairness treatment to all the citizens in town. The reason he took Tom Radley’s case is because he treats each person as individual. He is the voice of reason and justice for the entire town of Maycomb and for his family. 5. Analyze the author’s treatment of Boo Radley.