Lewis often intertwines superlative examples of figurative language into his works. He doesn’t only use one form of figurative language; he uses multiple forms to assist his audience’s understanding of his point. For example, “...just as much as if you’d been the only man in the world” (Lewis Online) is an excellent example of the kinds of similes he uses. This improves the quality of his speech because it made the speech personal by using ‘you’. When making the speech personal the people listening feel more engaged because it interacts with them.
He is boisterous and loud. The tone of his voice is clear and confident, and when speaking to the group, he appears to feel worthy about himself, thereby making himself at the center of attention. According to Adler and Proctor, "People who feel good about themselves have positive expectation about themselves have positive expectations about how they will communicate." This is absolutely true in this particular scene, as we see evidence of Tommy's audience enjoying themselves through his funny banter. However, despite his likable appearance and self-confidence.
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.
MLK was a confident and well-spoken man who knew how to use his voice volume to engage the audience’s attention. The use of rhetorical devices are much evident in MLK speech as helped with the success of his speech. He used an abundant amount of anaphora’s, metaphors, allusions and hyperboles that helped his audiences understand his speech message by painting a picture for them. King George VI in his early days grew up with a stammering issue that didn’t make his speeches effective, but for this particular speech, he was clear and spoke orally well. His speech delivery was clear and had long pauses for his audiences to take in his message.
In conclusion, Koyczan did an effective job connecting with the audience, by using the right tone, creating a gloomy atmosphere and throwing in figures of speech, he created the perfect speech the captivated the audience’s attention. His comprehensive speech was filled with enough determination that it easily linked with the
Churchill organized his speech to instill confidence in his audience, hatred of the common enemy, and a bond between America and Britain. He was an articulate orator with humor and was great at relating with Congress. He knew how to hit the right tone with his American audience that gave him a lasting resonance. He had distinguished pauses to emphasize
Ray does a really good job in this story of expressing the message for this short story. The Dragon: Ray does a good job of letting us visualize this story 's message. The message really speaks to many people and is really a good message to others interested in Ray 's stories. Bradbury 's message for this story is “Our machines are as powerful as
Birmingham Jail Martin Luther King Jr. is one of the most iconic people of the 20th century. One of the reasons Martin Luther King Jr. was such a great and influential revolutionary in the context of civil rights is because of his mastery of ethos, pathos, and logos. Even today when mentioning King’s name in a conversation commands respect which shows just how great of a character he was, which demonstrates ethos. King also had the ability to connect emotionally with people of all different races and could easily be seen as an embodiment of the civil rights movement. Last, but not least King demonstrated logos through his words, he was a very well educated man who articulated himself well and could appeal to logic with ease.
This certainly gives the movie more trustworthiness because its easier for the spectators trust the previous trainers opinion, because they are sharing their experience. in Julius Caesar, during Mark Antonys speech, his first line of the speech is the most persuasive in the usage of ethos “Friends, Romans, countrymen, lend me your ears!” This shows how he demands to tell the people of Rome in a hospitable way. Moreover, there was usage of rhetorical irony when Antony throughout his speech was continuously saying “And Brutus is an honorable man.” This questioning was aimed to see the ethos of Brutus Now comparing pathos which is the appeal to
Writing in a unique way that intrigues the reader and makes them highly emotional requires great skill. The character of Oskar Schell was exceptionally believable. The way the author adequately describes him makes it more captivating. The reader is really able to learn as much as there is to know about Oskar. Personally, I find Oskar Schell to be a character I highly relate to.