Rhetorical Analysis Of John F Kennedy Speech

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While the speech’s respectful eloquence is appropriate for the occasion of an inauguration, its youthful energy and look to the future make it distinctly John F. Kennedy’s. Both John F. Kennedy and his audience knew that he will take them to their future. For instance, the tone he provides throughout his speech, diction, and syntax. In the Beginning, President John F. Kennedy starts off by speaking was out the people that are also in the office with him. He says some objectives he has when he becomes president and his intentions. He makes his audience listen to his ideas, meanwhile giving a sense of hope as he speaks. As a result, his audience stays intrigue, wanting his soothing words to convert to come at them. Next he starts to speak about all the accomplishment that the United States as a country has made and what is more to come. For the most part the audience 's starts to envision the United States in a brighter light, corresponding to the first revolution. Present Kennedy’s displays love for his country, the…show more content…
For Kennedy, having short sentence allowed him to keep his audience’s attention. In return Kennedy, would be able to display his cause to his audience with ease. Which meant that every point that president Kennedy had to make had to be extremely important. So, by having twenty-eight short paragraph helped John F. Kennedy be able to talk about the different topics that were controversial at this moment. Which gave president Kennedy a greater chance to grab his audience attention by finding a common interest among the American’s audience. Kennedy also, had a little bit more writing in paragraphs to display the importance of the topics. As a result the audience got to listen to the topic more. This made it stick in the American’s minds and let them have a better understanding of the different
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