Marwa istanbuli Reading March,28,2011 Reem Al wazir Speech in the virginia convention Monday Yasmine salem Making meanings Rahaf El-mukhtar Ghalia nassar
-Position: he is asking to go to war against the British
-Audience: Members of the virginia convention/delegates.
- Occasion of speech going to war, accomplish freedom and abolish slavery
-Tone: Very solemn, emotional,outraged, and rebellious
1) Henry's speech affected me in a way that left me both resolute and poignant. His bold usage of words and livid tone had instilled me with fury and determination. For example, "I have but one lamp by which my feet are guided… That’s the lamp of experience" filled me with a feeling of hope and courage. His contiouos descriptions of his suffering, "they are sent over to bind and revel upon us, those chains which the British ministry…" had also an influence on me but this time it is of sorrow and remorse. Henry's insistence on war, righteousness, and freedom made me feel amazed by his remarkable boldness and infuriated for his people.
4) Line 61 to line 68, Patrick uses the rhetorical method in argument when asking a question thereby forcing the listener of an answer that might and might not have been considered , he most definetly used this device to convince people verbally and give them more options to answer , and shed light on the expected known answer. This technique is used to engage the listener, and make him think of the obvious answer