The object of these images is to persuade women into joining the army. If they promoted women in a negative manner then women would not want to join the military service. These two pictures show beautiful confident women who seem to be content with serving for their country. Both women are smiling and are performing their duty to their country. The message is to inspire women to join and support the war effort because they will not win without them.
She uses evidence of herself to explain why her troops are fighting for her. These speeches are all similar, yet different. Queen Elizabeth and Knox are similar because they both use strong phrases and words to allow the audience to grasp how they feel. For example, Knox uses the words “repugnant” and “phrenetic” to describe the idea of women bearing rule. These words make what Knox has to say, more meaningful.
Queen Elizabeth goes on to say that she does not plan on backing down from battle, “I do not desire to live to distrust my faithful and loving people.” Next, Queen Elizabeth tells her troops that they aren’t alone in this fight, “therefore I am come amongst you, as you see.” The Queen is assuring her troops that she plans on completely fulfilling her duties as a monarch. The Queen extends upon her desire to assist in combat by saying, “to live or die amongst you all; to lay down for my God, and for my kingdom, and my people, my honour and my blood, even in the dust.” The queen is attempting to dispel rumors that she is not an effective ruler because she is a woman. The Queen quickly refutes the fact that she cannot fight, because of her gender. She said “but I have the heart and stomach of a king, and of a king of England too.” In this statement, the queen instills yet more patriotism into her audience with an “If I could do it so could you!” type of attitude. Simultaneously, Queen Elizabeth reminds her people that she is the Queen, and cannot be intimidated.
Analytical writing assignment (Elizabeth I’s speech) In “Elizabeth I’s speech to the English troops at Tilbury”, the speaker uses positive dictions, tricolon and anaphora to develop her confident tone and to win trusts from her soldiers. The speaker uses positive dictions to build up confidence in her armies. Right at the beginning, she says ‘my loving people’; she uses ‘my loving people’ instead of ‘my people’, this already has a great effect on the audiences. She is a queen, but by saying so shows her love for the people and that she is not one of those monarchs who are careless of the soldiers. Throughout the speech, the speaker also describes the English troops as ‘faithful’ and ‘worthy’ people.
Firmness was shown and the leadership of a king was brought out of the queen and that earned loads of respect from her people and they figured out that this woman was not one to be taken lightly. She convinced her people that even though she had “the body of a weak and feeble woman,” she still had “the heart and stomach of a king.” Elizabeth showed assertiveness and aggression to any colony that would “dare to invade the borders” of her “realm.” This gave her troops the confidence that they needed and in the outcome
How does one define these traits? Merriam-Webster defines being noble as “possessing, characterized by, or arising from superiority of mind, or character or of ideals of morals”. Virtue is defined as conforming to moral and ethical principles, “morally excellent: righteous.” Virtue is doing what is right in spite of difficult circumstances. Each of these women has been defined by having or exhibiting virtue, morally excellent behaviors, high moral standards, and some degree of righteousness. Because of their individuality, I have chosen to interpret the very similar qualities of nobility and virtue in different ways for each woman.
From the very beginning of her reign, Mary was aware of the necessity of producing an heir to ensure the restoration of Catholicism would be continued once she was gone. In order to produce an heir, she would need to find herself a husband. England had a long history of friendly relations with Spain (for example an alliance was forged by Henry VII and continued under Henry VIII), but the Privy Council though it to be unwise for Mary to marry Philip. They believed the marriage would be unpopular with those objecting Catholicism as it was suspected that England could become a pawn in Spanish ambitions to dominate Europe. On the contrary, the marriage would safeguard England as any heir Mary and Philip may have produced would have inherited the Netherlands and England.
Pathos shows how the product is satisfying Queen Latifah by her emotions in the ad. The advertisement show how satisfying and trustworthy CoverGirl product really is.” You summarize the essay and also portray to the readers the relevance of the advertisement to you as it has clarified your thoughts. It also leaves a lasting impression in the readers’ minds. Good job! *Mariam 5339696 has requested that you respond to the Main Idea/Thesis: Let me help you develop the thesis of your essay so that it provides a better preview to the readers.
By identifying herself as “tough”, she characterizes herself as a person capable of withstanding hardship instead of using “strong” which implies being able to withstand pressure. The tone of the essay, assists in describing her abilities used to push past the incapability to identify herself as a “tough” individual. She believes that by calling herself “cripple” she is admitting to the fact that she does not have a normal life, which most people would not usually admit to. By using “cripple” instead of “handicapped” she conveys to readers that she is not physically restricted to function but that she is only unable to move or walk properly. By using strong word choices, Mairs comes to terms with the words used to describe “cripple,” by displaying her strength and admittance to her existence as a cripple.
She was a widow who lived to train and educate her children and was thought very highly of as a wise noble matron. She had many suitors but enjoyed not being married because she enjoyed the freedom of watching over her children. She trained her children to be moral, righteous, and develop love for their country. The neoclassical style portrayed in this art