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
When argued that the Second Amendment is purely to keep from disarming the state militias can not be entirely true, for it is said in the last half of the Amendment itself “the right of the people to keep and bear Arms, shall not be infringed”. Meaning that we the “people” still have the right to keep and bear arms. The Bill of rights were set in place for American citizens, abolishing the second Amendment right would cause an uproar throughout our country. As is said everyone wants what they cannot have. For an example, in December of 1920 the
She found herself in a hard position whether to kill Mary or not since a series of negative events could occur including Catholics hating Queen Elizabeth even more for killing a Catholic. The reasons Mary was a problem is because she wanted to take over the throne as the new queen and rule England. Queen Elizabeth managed to deal with the problem by putting her in a dungeon Elizabeth had a belief that if someone was a Catholic and practiced their beliefs privately and represented no threat to the queen, then she was willing to tolerate their religion. If the Catholics were respectful to the queen, then Elizabeth could see no reason why they should not be tolerated. Mary, Queen of Scots, threatened this rule.
Dropping of atomic bomb • Yes it was necessary It 's not about what’s right or wrong, it is war. It 's about protecting the US people, not the Japanese, protect your people and defend them, not the enemies. They were our enemy and would not surrender under our circumstances so we needed to do something about it. They all literally hated us too, school girls were trained to kill American soldiers because they assumed we would invade and they would want everyone who lived in Japan to fight against us. And when we did drop this bomb we made a statement not only to Japan but the world that we are not afraid to do what we have to do to protect our homeland and defeat our enemies.
If she is able to stand up and argue for what is right and what she believes, she could help fight against some of the world’s biggest, most confusing problems. Another example is when she created a resolution to give people from World War II the freedom to not return to their homelands. In her speech she exclaimed that “We must consider first the rights of man and what makes men more free— not governments, but man!” Pg 96 She pushed through to protect the rights of people she didn’t even know. Even though she must have been fighting a hard battle;”The Russians angrily objected…” she was able to let her idea pass. Perseverance is key if one wants to be an ambassador of UNICEF, and so Eleanor Roosevelt would make the best candidate.
She knows that it is her job to love him as a father and a king, but she was unable to show how much she loves him. Cordelia was the daughter that loved him the most but did not want to flatter her father. This is important because I feel as if this starts the conflict of the story and gives us a sneak peak to the personalities of King Lear and Cordelia. Act 1 scene ii: Quote: “Thou, nature, art my goddess; to thy law / My services are bound. Wherefore should I / Stand in the plague of custom, and permit” Speaker: Edmund Explanation: This is important because it is the first line of Edmund’s speech, which is given before he tricks his father that his son Edgar is going against him.
(http://www.biography.com/people/queen-elizabeth-i-9286133#later-years). Queen Elizabeth had faced many challenges during that time. Even though she was a capable ruler, England had experienced quite a few invasions by other countries. Queen Elizabeth I did everything what was necessary to make her country safe. When fighting back was the ultimate option, she would not hesitate.
Tsar Nicolas’s decision to go to war against Japan was another major contribution factor of the retaliation of the Russian communists against the royal opponents which essentially lead to the revolution. Tone and use of language are very important factor to note when analyzing these letters. There is often a sense of urgency which can be noted through the forcefulness of the language used. The Tsaritsa uses a tone of pre-eminence, such as “you are & must remain autocratic Emperor” . Thus showing the dominating role she holds over the Tsar.
What do you mean 'strong?" (Kennedy and Gioia 238). The moment that Elisa feels her power and validity is being threatened she puts her guard up. When Henry told her she looked nice it came across as him trying to minimize her and keep her in the place society has put her in. She needed to hear him call her strong to validate to him and herself that she is more than society makes her out to be.
However, her refusal of the call exists because her mother understands the dangers that Diana will be exposed to if she goes. When Diana realizes the number of lives that are at stake, she reconsiders her mother’s advice and decides to go. When Diana arrives in Britain, she enters a new and dangerous world where she begins to realize what humans truly are like. She learns that humans have many different personality and character traits: some are ruthless and selfless while others are kind and altruistic.The Road of trials occurs on the battlefield where Diana shows her courage as well as her strength as she helps the Allies take control of “No Man’s Land” almost single handedly.