In her essay “The Economic Case for Saving Humanities,” writer Christina H. Paxson makes it clear in the first sentence she is in favor of saving humanities. She skillfully explains the rhetorical situation, then by using all three means of persuasion and a well thought out rhetorical strategy, Paxson created a winning argument. She starts by using pathos to try to appeal to her audience. Using the term “in our bones” to appeal to the reader’s compassion and inner self. Her goal is to first sway the reader with emotional examples in order for them to understand her point of view.
The speech was personal for Queen Elizabeth but was also written to address a large group of people. The purpose of her speech was to explain and inform the people listening about what was happening inside the family of Diana. She also wanted people to remember Diana about how she lived, not how she died. Her majesty wanted the audience to feel like they could relate to the people who were close to Diana. Her speech was effective considering it was said by Diana’s ex-mother-in-law so she is a credible source to listen to about because she personally knew her.
She transitions by saying she will fight with them, justifying herself because she has “the heart and stomach of a king.” Here she explains their duty to her and that she is their “general, judge or reward” for what they do in battle. Now they must protect her not only because she trusts them but because they will be rewarded if they fight with her and judged if they fight against her. She loves them but she is also superior because, as she emphasized, she has “royal blood”. Therefore she deserves their honor and protection as any king
In “Professions for Women”, Woolf uses rhetorical strategies to strengthen her argument. Woolf boosts her credibility by starting off with personal anecdotes of her occupation as a female writer. Imagery is used to allow the audience to visualize how the “Angel of the House” represents strict gender roles from society’s implications that confines the Woolf’s writing. An urgent tone is used to highlight the necessity of overcoming the phantoms that restrict women’s abilities. After the change from society and implications of gender roles, women have more opportunities to stand up for themselves, reflect on their accomplishments.
Then pathos is the appeal to emotions in which she uses words to pull and the heart strings of her audience. Finally, she uses ethos, which is the appeal to credibility. She used logos, pathos and ethos in hope of persuading her audience to vote for her as the next president. Firstly, Chisholm use logos to add logic and reasoning to her speech. An example of logos that she said was, “I do not intend to offer to you the tired and glib
In “Hatshepsut”: His Majesty, Herself by Catherine Andronik, She informs the reader about Hatshepsut and her role as an effective female Pharaoh in ancient Egypt. One supporting detail proving her leadership was she acted as a regent, “an adult who could take control of the country.” Another detail is in paragraph 11, the text states, “She appointed officials and advisors; dealt with the priests; appeared in public ceremonies first behind, then beside, and eventually in front of her nephew.” This quote explains the idea that she was a leader. Thirdly, another detail is she was a smart and effective Pharaoh. In paragraph 12, the text states, “There is no reliable record of exactly when or how it happened, but at some point, Hatshepsut took a bold and unprecedented step.” This quote explains that she was a smart ruler because she did it by surprise. Also in paragraph 13, the text states, “These women had not ruled long or well, and neither had had the audacity to proclaim herself Pharaoh.
In a time of such desperation who do you look to? As a citizen it 's the person that has sealed their life for the insurance of your safety and protection. Queen Elizabeth I exemplified such raw and passionate traits for her people in an address to her troops during a time of war. The queen 's speech was delivered as a way to show her trustworthiness in the ability of her troops to protect the civilians in the batter against the Spaniards, all the while persuading her people that she were as fit a queen as any king could be during a time when such a dominant ruler was needed. This speech would be one that would not only move the civilians so much so that they 'd put their fate in the hands of the queen and her troops, but also force that would will these troops to be brave and fight with the strength reign through.
Right before Queen Elizabeth II decided to go back to London, and fly the flag at the Buckingham palace, Queen Mother Elizabeth took a walk with her daughter, and taught her never forget her dignity and authority as the mother of the nation. Queen Mother Elizabeth is the mother of Queen Elizabeth II. In her view,
This historical resource is an description of the life and career of Eleanor Roosevelt. The author’s goal was to provide a source of information and diversion of Eleanor Roosevelt and how she emerged as the most influential woman of her day largely because she was able to persuade and utilize the media. Beasley places Eleanor Roosevelt in the context of her efforts to broaden the role of First Lady, using the media (her press conferences, ‘’My Day’’ columns, radio programs) and shows how these efforts allowed Eleanor Roosevelt to reformulate herself as a person instead of being known as the ‘’First Lady.’’ Eleanor Roosevelt work was constituted and a unusual kind of personal journalism. It based on the value of her name and as a symbol
Futhermore, an official language was fundamental to allow communication and interaction between the Parisians and the rest of the population, and therefore, dialects were considered a treat to the new republican government as it could have been relevant as language for revolutionary plotting. L’Alliance Française, founded in 1883, had an influential role for the propagation of French language, culture and influence in the rest of the world Women in the Third Republic Women played a crucially important role during the Third Republic. In the Paris Commune: 1. Women took part by helping to avoid the removal of cannons from Montmartre by placing themselves on the cannons, and stopping them being removed. 2.
Her parents have gave her their support and believe she will be a great queen. These are ways Alyss Heart has developed as a character throughout the story The Looking Glass Wars. In the Looking Glass Wars, Beddor uses conflict to reveal how Alyss transitions in character. He puts Alyss through many challenges that help her have the ability to defeat Redd. These trails can change a character by the way to handle the challenges.