Catherine’s letters expressed the scope and prestige of the space (…) within which Catherine’s saintly authority was meant to be recognized. ” This is a very blunt manner of establishing a respectful relationship between herself and her correspondents, while proclaiming the truth of her knowledge. These men and women were mighty figures and Catherine master the exchanging in a compelling manner, proving to all readers that she is worthy of their correspondence. She manifested that respect is due to her also, not just to the addressees. Catherine wrote God’s word to the people, by which she enacted God will to deliver his Word.
How does one limit their reasoning of how Oprah Winfrey has changed their lives. I would like to start with the fact of how she has shown me that women can be just as powerful as men. In this world today it can be hard to remember that, but Winfrey will never let you forget it. From starting her own charity to help girls get a better education in a place where they were told they couldn’t be taught and are treated like objects. She has continue to strive for a better place for every human, no matter race, gender, sexuality or past life.
Eleanor Roosevelt Eleanor Roosevelt was a very well-known lady throughout her time serving as a first lady. She helped many people and inspired all. No matter what kind of state she was in, she never gave up and kept on going. She always was devoted and confident in her job in the politics. She was so intelligent as a leader always making the correct choices and leading us to right places.
Right from the get-go, it is clear Oprah hooks her audience through her profound reliability through her use of ethos. Oprah’s humble beginnings coupled with her undeniable success and platform further solidifies her credibility and sense of sincerity with that of the audience. Thus, through her well-found respect, Oprah is initially able to captivate the audience. In addition to this, Oprah further encapsulates the audience through her touching use of pathos through her use of anecdotes. 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.
She was targeted because she spoke out on the right of girls education. Luckily, she survived and continued to globally speak out about the importance of education. Malala possess leadership, courage, and compassion which allows her to be an influential leader in world history. Malala has many
Abigail threatens the girls knowing that they will listen. As a result of, Abigail gains tremendous power and influence over the girls and their actions, this is seen in pages 114-123, where Abigail pretends to see Mary Warren’s spector and the other girls join along. Nonetheless, Elizabeth has a good reputation of a Godly and honest woman in the town of Salem. This is shown on page 81 where Elizabeth willingly goes with Cheever because she knows who she is and is faithful that her character, reputation, and that God will save her. Elizabeth is always true to herself and doesn 't hide from who she truly is.
Her passion towards the issue can be seen throughout the passage. Her emotions are clear and it strengthens her message. By utilizing pathos, the author successfully conveyed her message. Florence Kelley’s message was effective towards her audience. By using rhetorical strategies she was successful in conveying her message.
It is a really good way to show the men that women can have an education, too, though not formal. She wanted the women to be independence and not rely on the men so much. I agree and applaud her way of thinking. I think the first step to show the men that they need to be treated equally is by being independence. Also, it was great how she brought up her country.
Watson is not trying to build towards her own sense of credibility or authority, but instead, she is building up everyone’s credibility. Later on, Ms. Watson continues this point by saying “If not me, who?” (Watson, 10:49) This is one of the most effective statements in Ms. Watson’s speech, as it is attempting to show the audience that all you need to join the conversation about feminism is that you care regardless of context. Ms. Watson uses the effectiveness of her last statement to propel her following statement, “If not now, when?” (Watson, 10:54) In asking “when” she is making a very effective sense of
As you can tell from the previous paragraphs, she was admired, respected and someone very important not only in the world of Music, but also in the heart of every person. She inspired Women and thought them how to stand up for themselves. However, we can also tell, that fame and money are not everything. As the saying goes, “Money cannot buy happiness.” – (Rousseau 1750). This could not be more accurate for this one.
Unfortunately, I was not able to complete the assignment to the letter of the law, but I believe that my time was spent wisely by helping the group in any manner that they needed. I ultimately believe that The League of Women’s Voters is an awesome organization that not only helps the educate ALL types of voters that follow then, as well as serve as an available tool for everyone to become more educated on a variety of issue, both nationally and locally. Their national brand is something that is held with high value, as it should be, and continue to be for all the great work that they do for the voters of
How she relayed the message to the readers were very smart in the fact that she was unbiased. This was an article that anyone could read and it wasn’t just pointed to a particular group of people. Her personal experiences throughout the story made us sympathize for her, which is another great tactic that she used. Her tone throughout the story are both defensive and sympathetic which, again, pull you into the story even further. Ultimately, I do think that the message that Balsamo was trying to make came across to the readers.