Rhetorical Analysis Of Queen Elizabeth's Speech To The Troops At Tilbury

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In Queen Elizabeth’s speech to the troops at Tilbury, she uses a lot of motivational factors when talking to her kingdom in a time of worry and upheaval. When addressing the topic of war to one’s people, it is a difficult subject to try and put into a positive matter. It is illustrated in the speech when Queen Elizabeth uses words of compassion and love to her publics to try and make the solider feel better about fighting for their country as well as shows a relationship she has with her people. Another useful tactic she uses is very uplifting and motivational words, such as “faithful” and “loving.” It is also demonstrated when she tries to put herself in the shoes of the warrior who could be facing death for their own county. This is a very
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