Who is the most effective man? Patrick Henry conveys confidence when delivering his very own “Speech to the Virginia Convention”. Patrick Henry during this time period was a very influential and effective man when convincing the community about his beliefs. Therefore, he used pathos when delivering most of his speeches. It all started when he rose to the occasion to represent the Virginia House of Burgesses.
Coolidge himself attributes his success to all of the hard work and dedication he put into his career. His hard work and devotion to his position is what made him such a popular and well-liked politician. As President, Coolidge worked hard to instill many of his own values into the American public. He fought against corruption in the national government and encouraged private enterprise, saying that the “chief business of the American people is business” (“Calvin Coolidge”). The value of hard work allowed Coolidge to be a efficient president, with many people contributing the boom of the Roaring Twenties to his leadership.
The first thing that stood out to me was how confident Dr Martin Luther king was as a speaker and how much he captured the audience attention. You could feel the energy of the crowd without even being there. His eye contact stood out to me as well, he wasn’t just reading from a paper he spoke from his heart making his speech even more powerful. A quotation that really inspired me is “I say to you today, my friends, that in spite of the difficulties and frustrations of the moment. I still have a dream.” I love this quote it shows how strong he was as a person.
A great victory for citizens of America and a great personal triumph for Mr. Watson. This shows us that we truly do live in a democratic society accepting of citizen input. Gregory Watson’s resilience in government process is a truly honorable feat, even though all he did was simply write a letter and got involved with his nation and its government. His story opens so many doors in the hopes that if things need to be changed things can get changed. Personally it has prompted me and made me more comfortable in becoming a more involved citizen.
There are many people in the world who are influential. These people impact the world in a positive way by inspiring people to follow there dreams,stand up for what they believe in, and overcome obstacles. One man desmond doss a hero who helped his team win world war II. desmond doss is influential because of his heroic acts, accompliments, and beliefs. first he is influential because of his heroic acts he has strong beliefs even in war he believes people shouldn 't kill , he would never carry a gun, and even helped some of his enemies and believed strongly in helping people.
Thomas Jefferson was known to be a great thinker with a brilliant mind. He was also our third president. He was the author of The Declaration of Independence in June of 1776. The Declaration of Independence included his most intimate feels about all men being created equal. He always believed in the rights of men and was committed to every aspect of his country.
For my first blog post about “The Great Gatsby” I decided to write a character connection between the prince Hamlet and Jay Gatsby. I believe that these two characters connect because they are very similar to each other. Both Gatsby and Hamlet are meticulous planners, they are very ambitious and strive to reach their goals, and they both create personas to show to the outside world. The two men are extremely patient and can wait long periods of time for their plans to come to fruition. They are both very good planners with long senses of time.
Creon fits this description because not only do his actions lead into the whole tragedy, but his character shows a great development and the values he teaches to the readers. When all these characteristics of Creon are put together one could undoubtedly say that Creon is the protagonist in this play. One characteristic of a protagonist that is found in Creon is his ability to start a cause and effect process. For example, when the play begins Creon is the King of Thebes and gives a speech to the people, “He who in his country’s cause fought gloriously and laid down his life shall be entombed and graced with every rite… The rest, I have proclaimed to be Thebes that non shall give him funeral honor” (Sophocles 9.194-205). Many say that this play occurred because of Antigone’s decision to bury Polyneices.
The Reverend Dr. Martin Luther King is the G.O.A.T. He is the Greatest Of All Time when it comes to writing and delivering speeches. King has earned this title of G.O.A.T. because of how he can take a social group and mold them into a certain image to maximize the reaction of his words. In his speeches, King is very wise because he knew the best way to have his message remembered and push forward the civil rights movement was to get an emotional response.
As well as strong and reckless, Beowulf is also popular in his tale. Evidence is shown in the text when Beowulf first enters the Danes. Hrothgar replies to him when he makes his speech, “...Beowulf, you’ve come to us in friendship, and because of the reception your father found at our court…” The king already knows of Beowulf because he is affiliated with his father. Another example of Beowulf’s popularity is when Unferth was ranting about the hero’s adventure with Brecca. This implies that he is well known and people that are not from Geatland have