One of Danforth’s flaws is stubbornness. Then let him submit his evidence in proper affidavit. You are certainly aware of our procedure here, Mr. Hale (Miller 90).That he isn’t really trying to listen to what Mr. Hale got to say. Just hurry up and get the papers and evidence to get proceeded so we can be done with it. No, no I accept no depositions.
How we think and feel during a speech is often the result of the words a speaker uses and the tone they take. Clinton’s speech had a very specific goal of showing the audience that he was humble and sorrowful, and garner sympathy and forgiveness so that the president could continue holding his status. Clinton used many techniques and his own charisma and personality to drive the speech to be as influential, and be as memorable, as it is. Its masterful use of language and the careful presentation created a lasting impression that Americans today can reference when discerning what is really being said when a politicians
Texas v. Johnson’s tone is formal and serious. This tone fits the context because the Court is the people writing the document. The court does their best to not offend anyone in the document so as to get the information out without causing a riot. The American Flag Stands for Tolerance’s tone is more colloquial so as to reach the same level as the readers. The writers of The American Flag Stands for Tolerance wrote this document, using the opinions of the people so as to reach out to the readers.
Swift did not believe in what he was saying, he only wanted to catch the people attention on problems he never clearly states. King’s uses ethos in ways that are easy to point out and seems to be his technique all the way through his letter. Martin Luther King Jr. mentions his own kids and their personal experiences, along with his experiences to show that he knows what he is talking about because he has in fact experienced all the injustices. King is also calm which appeals to his calm nature and showing no harm with fighting for civil rights and equality with the use of nonviolence which he addresses in his letter (In any nonviolent Campaign there are four basic steps…)(1).
After receiving the award he delivered a speech titled “Hope, Despair and Memory”. Wiesel’s speech focused on the importance of remembering history and ideas concerning discrimination and injustice. Wiesel uses rhetoric in his speech to show his first hand experience, facts, and help the audience remember the importance of history. In his speech he states, “Neutrality helps the oppressor, never the victim, Silence encourages the tormentor, never the
Bush made his speech on September 11, 2001 he spoke outright to America. He spoke to citizens, victims, families that have lost their loved ones and military families that have their life on the line. Bush gave his country strength when there was a dire need for it. His speech was filled with rhetorical devices that brought peace to the chaos that riddled the country. Bush’s use of anaphora, homily and antithesis gave faith, wisdom and harmony to the country.
He is also trying to express the importance of respect, no matter where you are or for whom. Myers wanted people to understand that people like Big Joe exist and they deserved to be recognized and he does that through the funeral. For example after spending the life insurance money on the funeral Big Joe used the remnants of the money to help Cassie, a girl whose husband just went to jail, and that deserves
“However , the fault, if it were one, was all our own, we have none to blame but yourselfs.”(Paine 1) Thomas Paine was a man who believed the people of the town need to take blame for not stopping them. Thomas Paine used pathos in the easy to get people to feel what he feels and for them to feel guilty that they haven't stepped up. Using pathos in Thomas Paine speech was the best way to get people to understand where he is coming from.Pathos allows him to get on a deeper level with the people listening and reading.He uses a quote that states “Show your Faith by your work, “ that God my bless you.” (Paine 2) which lets the audience know he is just like everyone else. In this time period believing in god was a big deal . It meant that you were
Most stories of war have a hard time showing positivity in something as dismal as war. It's a story of brotherhood, love of people and their country, heroism, and pride. Bradleys father, a hardened WWII veteran, told his son, “Your teacher said something about heros… and I want you to always remember something. The heroes of Iwo Jima are the men who did not make it back,” (Bradley 343). He wants his son to know that all people involved in the war deserved to be honored and remembered, the ones who died more so than the ones who lived.
Robert F. Kennedy uses repetition to show the crowd how we are all the same, to prevent people from reacting too much and starting riots. Throought his speech kennedy repeats the words hatred, black, white, love, difficult, and passion. By saying these words he is making the crowd focus on that part of the message he is sending with the speech,really getting through to the crowd. Antony in his speech used his repetition to get the crowd to think instead of just telling them right away in the speech. He repeats “So are they all, all honorable men Come I to speak in Caesar’s funeral.He was my friend, faithful and just to me.But Brutus says he was ambitious,And Brutus is an honorable man“(act 3 scene 2).
1. No, I do not believe that Nixon proves he could have not received any cash and “feathered his own nest.” The speech does not address directly the charges, but rather draws attention to the Nixon’s personal characteristics, and his closeness to common people. 2. It seems that Nixon, emphasizing the speech on his humble roots, financial struggles, and thrifty middle-class values, tries to convince people that he is actually one of them; because he comes from the same background, and faces the same issues that they do. Moreover, the assumption is that if he really is one of the common honest people, then there is no possibility he misused the campaign money.
That they are special because their actions have no repercussions? These proposals do not exist in the world since there is a well-established principle in society saying that everyone is accountable for their actions, so Charles I cannot be an exception. After thorough questioning of the defendant, taking into account his responses proves that Charles I is without questionable doubt guilty of the accused crimes. Please set aside the arguments raised by the defense today, which are inferior to those of the prosecution. At the conclusion of the case, we ask that the just ladies and gentlemen of the jury produce a verdict of guilty for the people of the United Kingdom.
This report, as you can tell, was majorly different from that of the criticized Warren Report. A member of the Warren Commission, Judge Burt Griffen is quoted saying “We spent virtually no time investigating the possibility of conspiracy. I wish we had.” This shows that the group who is responsible for telling all the people why and how President Kennedy died, barely looked into one huge debate around his