In Reagan’s eulogy Thatcher uses pathos to unite herself with the audience, through the mutual feelings of grief and sorrow over losing a friend. In the opening lines of the eulogy Thatcher creates pathos by using diction. In lines one and two Thatcher said that a “Great President… Great American… Great man….” has died. Her choice of using the word great instead of good or any other adjective, effects the audience by showing what kind of man Reagan was. Since death is a universally known topic, it is safe to say that everybody has experienced the pain of losing a great person to death.
There was even an attractive clerk that worked at the prison, Delores. She was around the age of Mr. Nobles’ victim at the time when he had killed her. Delores express’s genuine concern for Mr. Noble when she said, “she was sorry and that Mr. Nobles was a good guy,” to Mr. Earl. Then there were Mr. Nobles’ final moments.
This person was his first lover Daisy. Gatsby and Daisy had a connection to each other before Gatsby left for the military. Along came Tom who tied the knot on Daisy. This left Gatsby heartbroken and everything he did in his life later on was to impress Daisy and hope she showed up to one of his extravagant parties. Everything in his house he looked at through Daisy; “he hadn't once ceased looking at Daisy, and I think he revalued everything in his house according to the measure of response it drew from her well-loved eyes” (Fitzgerald 5.112).
When Liesel’s brother is dies, he is brought to be buried and Death is there. Normally he would leave but no, “stupidly I [Death] stayed, I watched”(21), there is no explanation for this except of course, Death’s love for her, “[y]ou see? Even Death has a heart”(242). In a way, he is responsible for the absence of her brother, but he does care for her he does have a heart.
Patty Clawson I pray you know how very much you are loved by our family! Matt has lost his best friend, Carson has lost a Nana-by-love and I have lost a woman who listened to me talk for decades! We have put together weddings together...and funerals...laughed and cried... I thank God that He gave you to us.... Who knows how we would have all turned out without your kiss on our cheeks and your foot in our
Sports Illustrated hits many Americans in the hearts. By incorporating a picture of Tillman in army fatigues on their magazine cover. Many Americans have fallen family members, who died defending our country. Those who do not have members of their family fighting for freedom still feel a sense of empathy towards Tillman's family, because they would not want this to happen to one of their own ( SI “Remember” n. pag.). Yet, the magazine cover uses additional techniques as
Lord, Spencer, in his eulogy, eulogy for Diana, depicts the tragic death of his sister, Diana, princess of Wales. Lord Spencer’s objective is to offer a tribute to Diana’s funeral and reveal the bona fide person she truly was. He portrays Diana’s memory as beautiful both internally and externally by utilizing pathos, repetition, and a respectful tone. In order to illustrate a sense of devastation, Lord Spencer appeals to the reader’s emotion through pathos.
Further, situational irony is present through the reaction that Louise Mallard has after learning about her husband’s death. Upon first learning of her husband’s death she is very devastated and distraught. As soon as she is alone in the bathroom however, it is clear to the readers she is not as upset. In fact she is slightly relieved in that “she saw beyond that bitter moment a long procession of years to come that would belong to her absolutely. And she opened and spread her arms out to them in welcome” (235).
Pathos is the driving artistic proof in ceremonial rhetoric. Coretta Scott King was still mourning the death of her husband when he delivered this speech. During her speech, she references often to her husband. She targets her audience’s emotions at the beginning of her speech when she asks them to help strengthen her as she is getting through this tough time. The third artistic proof used is Logos.
In reply, thousands of natives of South Carolina and surrounding states who were attending the rally cheered and said they were ready. Perry added that Jesus "saw corruption, just like today." "We need somebody that 's got the backbone to go to Washington, D.C., and turn over the tables of the money changers, of the corruption, of the greed, that we see in Washington, D.C.," he continued, according to the Texas Tribune. About 600 people sang in a choir at the State House steps during the rally.
She also explains that many people have sacrificed for Wes to attend military school. For instance, Valley Forge military school was very expensive. Joy had written to friends and family for help in any way they could. Wes’ grandparents also gave up their mortgage payments and many years of saving to help pay for Wes military school. As mentioned, his mother’s support was a big part of Wes
Recently the Manchester family suffered the loss of their loved one, Gregory Neil Manchester in an accident, on March 14, 2016. Greg’s immediate and extended family was genuinely overwhelm with emotions by your exceptional generosity of flowers, food, contributions, cards, and assistance in many ways, not to mention the collective attendance fat his memorial. We will always be thankful for your compassion, treasure the emotionally spoken prayers, and kind words by many. As the year pass us by, and the do every so quickly, remember Greg as the “Old Soul” he was, and that he departed this earth doing what he loved. Remember to be kind, caring, laugh, and be grateful for the opportunities you have with family and friends, spending time doing
Even more poignant history and emotion is added to the window when the visitor realizes that the Memorial imagery is personal to the church, in that it lost 50 members of its own congregation to the brutalities of World War I. The Memorial Window is "dedicated to the memory of the men of Knox Church, of whom fifty fell in the Great War that Liberty and Justice might not perish from the earth." (Knox United Church, n.d.,
Figures from all walks of life have paid tribute to rock ‘n’ roll pioneer Chuck Berry after the announcement that he had died at a home in Missouri. Berry’s hits were covered by the Rolling Stones, the Beatles, the Beach Boys and many more, and members of all those bands posted messages on Twitter expressing their sadness. Chuck Berry 's life and career in pictures View gallery Rolling Stones frontman Mick Jagger wrote: “I am so sad to hear of Chuck Berry’s passing. I want to thank him for all the inspirational music he gave to us.