Overall, this speech is much loaded with wonderful rhetorical techniques. He uses metaphor, personification, and application many details writing and so on. It is make his speech more abundant. He also uses ethos, pathos ,logos make the speech more vividly. Jobs talk about background about his life, success and failure, his unique ideas about life and gives sincere suggestion to students about the success.
This text conforms to the conventions of a speech, with the purpose to activate and convince. You can clearly see this when looking at the purpose, the tone and mood and the structure of this text, which contain defining characteristics of a speech. Furthermore, there is a big use of rhetorical devices and ethos, pathos and logos, which are often used in speeches. The main purpose of this speech is to inform, persuade and to inspire. He also wanted to create the feeling of hope.
He proposes a simple, and often familiar, problem that is later resolved by her husband. The body language of the various characters is also illustrated in order to understand Crane’s intent throughout the piece, as well as how he portrays the two social groups, with hints at gender roles amidst the joke. Brian Crane depicts old marriages to be forgetful and through the usage of comical relief, he effectively allows for the readers - that believe in these stereotypes - to reflect and interpret the state of the possible senile. The comic begins with an old woman in her car. Annoyingly, she proceeds to question herself, looking frantically to locate the whereabouts of her husband, while doing so.
Isocrates and Aristotle both believed in the influence of sound rhetoric; furthermore, they insist upon a strategic education to further what they consider to be true rhetoric. The usefulness of rhetoric was undisputed. Sophists believed that educated men could convince the world of anything, and Aristotle and Isocrates knew that persuasion was applicable to every subject. The difference between men like Isocrates and Aristotle and the sophists was the search for truth. As a result of their philosophy behind rhetoric, they taught rhetoric differently.
His choice of language is effective at evoking emotion. Through rhetorical questions, Henry was able to emphasize his points, and grab the audience’s attention, creating an emotional effect on the listeners. “Is this the part of wise men, engaged in a great and arduous struggle for liberty? Are we disposed to be of the number of those who, having eyes, see not, and, having ears, hear not, the things which so nearly concern their temporal salvation?” These statements prove the speaker’s argument and stir the audience’s emotions. Henry also uses repetition, in order to create emphasis.
He practices this by smiling. Something Dale quotes in this book is that “The expression on one’s face is more important than the clothes they wear.” I like this quote because it talks about if you think of a rich man, he probably has a smile on his face, but that is not always the case when you walk by a rich man. He could be smiling or frowning. It is the same when you talk about a poor person, except in your mind he is probably frowning. Every day you should try to smile gladly to everyone.
On the other hand, logical appeals helps to grasp the concept better and provides facts that prove it to be true. MLK uses appeal to emotion and appeal to logic equally throughout his speeches. For example, in his speech “I Have a Dream”, he declaims,
One of the several themes that Priestley has introduced to the play is ‘Time,’ and this theme not only interlinks with some others like ‘Age and Youth’ and ‘Social Responsibility,’ but also introduces a very important drama technique into the play for the audience called the dramatic irony. In Act One, Mr. Birling, as a representative of the older generation of the play and the head of the family, is talking to the others about the progress humanity is making and mentions the liner, Titanic saying it is “unsinkable, absolutely unsinkable.” The word ‘absolutely’ in this context shows just how confident in his words Mr. Birling is, without understanding that it will all change. As the play is set back in 1912, but is performed much later in 1946, after the audience knows, and finds it ironic that Mr. Birling, thinking he is an old, wise man says such nonsense, as time will show.This is the first example of dramatic irony, which in this play happens mostly because of the difference in time periods of when the play was set and
George Lois’s Speech and Advices “Creativity can solve any problem.” is the well-known saying from George Lois, an America’s master communicator. He is known from his creative and easily recognizable magazine’s cover named Esquire, which was shown in the Museum of Modern Art (MoMA) in New York City in 2008. He is also a great inspiratory. He wrote a book named ‘Damn Good Advices’, ‘Iconic America’, ‘What’s the big idea?’ and gave a speech in TEDxThessaloniki. His work and his words do inspire and influence cultures and many people around the world from the past until now.
By presenting his essay in the first person, Thoreau builds a connection that creates trust. The first person relation provides the audience with a reason to trust and understands the philosophy that Thoreau is proposing. Thoreau uses elevated, scholarly diction that expresses intellect and refined thoughts that an audience seeks when an author is attempting to convince them of a thought or idea. The use of elegant words, for example, voluptuous and victualling convey the education of Thoreau and its use demand the audience to trust the education of the author and the ideas that result. The register of the text is formal.