Rhetorical Analysis Of Hamlet's Soliloquy '

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Steve Jobs, in his speech , ¨You've got to find what you love¨, implies that we have a limited time to live, so don't waste it living in dogma. He supports his claim by telling four stories of his experiences. The first story being about connecting the dots in (his) life. Then in the second story, he speaks about love and loss of his passion. In the third story he brings up death, and how it kept him motivated to do what he loves. In the fourth, and final, story he concludes his speech with a quote that convinces his audience that there are many different ways to go about life. His advice is to find your passion and to live your life doing what you love. Although some of Jobs's audience may disagree with his speech, he is right , because many people will live life regardless of what life throws their way. Nobody wants to die, yet when we choose to live, are we truly living our lives to the fullest? Jobs’ states he only lives life to fullest, because of the fear of death. In the play “Hamlet’s soliloquy” by William Shakespeare, the main character Hamlet states that life has no value. He backs it up by…show more content…
Jobs’ speech also says he almost loses his passion from being fired at thirty. Even though he was humiliated he that didn’t stop him from starting over he says “I still loved what I did. The turn of events at Apple had not changed that one bit.”“Roger Ebert: The Essential Man” By Chris Jones tries to tell us that we should enjoy what we do because life is shorter than we think. He explains his battle with cancer, his life as a movie critic, and how he would prepare himself to make it through the day watching four movies in a day. Ebert was a really brave man because although he knew he had cancer, he continued doing what he loved and stayed by his
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