The moving story of Recy Taylor, a woman raped and beaten, through the retelling of Oprah, only further hooks the audience, creates a sense of sincerity and intimacy, and ultimately strengthens Oprah’s persuasion of the audience. Oprah’s display as an orator should not go unnoticed. Throughout the entirety of her delivery, Oprah projects herself with a clear, calm, and strong yet soft emphasis. Oprah maintains stern eye-contact with the audience, and presents herself in a strong, iron-body demeaner. These oratorical techniques coincide to further captivate the audience and continue to ease the audience into the persuasion of the viewpoint presented in her speech.
In Arthur Miller’s hit play, The Crucible, the yellow bird scene contains wild drama and fear. Mary Warren begins the scene filled with honesty, but as the commotion progresses, all sense of logic disappears, and the scene dissolves into panic. Miller creates this tone of hysteria through both the chaotic stage directions and intense dialogue. Throughout the scene, Miller’s stage directions, and the dialogue of his characters, throw the courtroom into panic and bring the tension to new heights. The way Danforth interrupts Reverend Hale while he pleads, “ I pray you call back his wife before we-,” changes the way the characters treat each other, effectively introducing a new sense of hysterics to the scene.
Liesel confessed to Hans that she hated Hitler, leading to a harsh slap in her face, literally and metaphorically, from Hans. This scene was heartbreaking for both Liesel and her father, as shown by the quote “Liesel stood up and also raised her arm. With absolute misery, she repeated it. ‘Heil Hitler.’ It was quite a sight - and eleven-year-old girl, trying not to cry on the church steps, saluting the Führer as the voices over Papa’s shoulder chopped and beat at the dark shape in the background” (Zusak 116, 117). Hans took it upon himself to explain to Liesel that she had to agree with and even glorify Hitler.
Character traits are very important parts to any piece of literature. They are important because every character, especially fictional ones, use them to explain how they act and react. Both Ms. Lottie in Marigolds and Mrs. Luella Bates Washington Jones in the short story Thank You M'am share very similar character traits. One trait shared by Mrs. Luella Bates Washington Jones and Ms. Lottie is the trait of how fearless they both are. In thank you M'am Mrs. Luella Bates Washington Jones suggests she is fearless when "the woman simply turned around and kicked him right in the blue-jeaned sitter".
Nurse Ratched is shown as a character of strength by the way the writer has created her character. Nurse Ratched is also seen as a strong figure by the way the other characters talk about her, for example when Chief says “To beat her you don 't have to whip her two out of three or three out of five, but every time you meet. As soon as you let down your guard, as soon as you lose once, she 's won for good.” The writer has used this line to show us how both Chief and the other patient give her the strong and authoritative
She is still pleasing audiences with this lovely play and always will. Strong and Brave women will continue to be powerful, just as Glaspell was. Confinement can tear a woman apart, but the desire for freedom from society is embedded deep in the heart of all strong
He responded with unnecessary harshness, to which Cassie felt humiliated and angry. She stood up for herself prominently by screaming at the man and had to be taken away by Stacey. Since she is a young and fiery, most of her retaliations are met with only further hatred. This doesn’t stop her from standing up, though. Another of her pop-ups were with Lillian Jean, a white girl who humiliated her in Strawberry.
Michelle Obama gave a speech regarding the allegations made against Donald Trump and his treatment toward women. She was speaking for Hillary Clinton in New Hampshire when she gave an emotionally overflowing speech to a crowd of Clinton supporters, who were mainly women. While she charms the crowd on an emotional level, Michelle Obama makes a connection to the hearts and minds of her listeners in order to demonstrate the connection between the women and herself. Her speech was highly admired as a result of her use of pathos, diction, and the way she made everyone feel easily relatable to her. Michelle Obama does not fail to jump right into the hot topic that she wants to discuss, Donald Trump’s scandal.
Othello angrily turns to Iago and yells “ O, devil, devil!” (IIII.i.273) in frustration with his loyal bride. Iago is getting into Othello's head so much that Othello fails to see the truth. As the play goes on, you see Othello’s actions become violent. As Desdemona approaches Othello, Othello strikes her causing her to cry and leave the room is sadness
She is also doing this as revenge of Mary for turning on her and the girls, so she wants her killed for it. Abigail continues her revenge by leading the girls into another fit after Elizabeth leaves the courtroom, and this one is directly targeting Mary Warren as the source. She and the other girls go into full hysteria, mimicking Mary Warren 's every action and word, “Oh. Mary, this is black art to change your shape. No, I cannot, I cannot stop my mouth; It’s God’s work I do” (875).
In fact, when Betty White acted in a drama, fans were surprised by her skill in that genre. Actresses, actors, and ordinary people draw inspiration from the long, influential life of Betty White. She encourages all people to live with passion and use it to achieve goals. The humbleness she has when she receives awards provides inspiration to stay humble. Betty White’s humor encourages all people to live life positively.