Rhetorical Devices In Jfk Inaugural Address

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“On January 20, 1961, John F. Kennedy took the oath of office to become the nation's 35th president.” (1). As many, if not all presidents do, John F. Kennedy gave a speech to discuss the pride of the nation. Most importantly John F. Kennedy gave a speech that delivered a message of strength and hope across the world abroad. In his inaugural address, Kennedy not only wanted to inspire those in the United States, but those in other countries across the globe. To convey his message, Kennedy uses many rhetorical devices to get the country's attention. His use of rhetoric devices motivates his audience to be possible advocates of his administration’s goals. Paragraph 1 Generally speaking John F. Kennedy used a number of metaphors throughout his

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