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  • Winston Churchill: The Great Communicator

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    the best speeches have come from being in life or death situations, Winston was known best for this. His small sound clips like, “this was their finest hour”, and “this is not the end. It is not even the beginning of the end. But it is, perhaps, the end of the beginning”, encourage his troops and his people that they will win this war and will overcome the greatest odds. Although Churchill told many speeches, his speech on June 18, 1940 showed the most emotion and courage of any other speech he

  • Humorous Wedding Speech - Written Guidelines from the Bride

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    Humorous Wedding Speech - Written Guidelines from the Bride Good evening Ladies and Gentlemen - I must inform you that I’ve had quite a heavy night and I’m still feeling a little fragile. So please spare a thought and try not to clap too loudly during my speech because I’ve got a dreadful hangover and a splitting headache. You’d think I’d know better than to be out drinking in the early hours of the morning the night before a big wedding - but David’s a good friend (mate) and he needed some

  • Women's Convention 1851: Soujouner Truth an Illiterate African-American Fighting for Equality

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    A speech can be given by anyone doesn’t matter their gender, education, age, etc. In 1851, an illiterate African American woman, gave a speech at the Women’s Convention that had a powerful message. This speech was delivered by Sojourner Truth. She talks to the audience as if they were children. She talks about women’s rights and racial inequalities. Sojourner talked about the many hardships she had not just as a woman, but as a black woman. She used her experiences and references to the Bible to

  • The Power of the Speeches in Julius Caesar, by William Shakespeare

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    how it concludes. The first paragraph will examine Brutus's speech and the effect on the crowd, the second paragraph will be examining Antony's speech and the effect on the audience and the third will be comparing and contrasting these speeches and how they lead the tragic conclusion of this play. To begin, Brutus takes the stand at the funeral, Brutus is trying to convince the crowds that the conspirators' were only doing what's best for Rome. Brutus believes that the logic behind his reason for

  • War Between Political Parties

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    is going to do the best job or informing the public about important stands on issues. On September 1, 2004 Senator Zell Miller of Georgia illustrated a great example of this. Zell Miller is a conservative democrat from Young Harris, GA. He is an ex-marine, a Methodist, and a family man. Senator Zell Miller gets way off track and begins using a very negative rhetorical approach during his speech at the National Republican convention. Senator Miller begins and ends his speech by relating to the

  • Lou Gerhig's Farwell Speech

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    Lou Gehrig’s Farwell Speech to the Yankees Lou Gehrig was one of the best baseball players to ever play the game. He was blessed with an amazing career playing for the New York Yankees setting many major league records such as 2,130 consecutive games from 1925 to 1939. Unfortunately all good things must come to an end and on July 4, 1939 Gehrig stood before his devoted fans at Yankee Stadium and announced that he had been diagnosed with amyotrophic lateral sclerosis. The man that was known to everyone

  • Hamlet Soliloquy Analysis

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    1000991510 Hamlet Essay Shakespeare’s “To be or not to be” soliloquy is perhaps one of the most well known speeches in literature. It has been interpreted by countless actors who attempt to embody the emotions that Hamlet was trying to convey. The speech is extremely emotional and thought provoking and it is imperative to correctly portray Hamlet as he contemplates one of the biggest questions in the entire play: to die or not to die? Although many actors have played the role of Hamlet, there are

  • Persuasive Essay On Julius Caesar

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    and powerful words was why the crowd changed its mind so quickly. His persistence started as he imposed himself to Brutus to let him speak in the funeral. Antony finally accepted with the condition that he would speak at the pulpit after Brutus' speech. He also agreed that he should not speak bad of the conspirators. Antony agreed to these terms and patiently waited his turn to speak after Brutus. The speeches given by both Brutus and Mark Antony in William Shakespeare’s, The Tragedy of Julius

  • Groom's Wedding Speech - Damn Statistics

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    Wedding Speech - Damn Statistics Ladies and gentleman, I have to be honest with you all and admit that I am quite nervous about standing up here and speaking this evening. While I was writing my speech I came across some interesting statistics about what guests are thinking about during a wedding speech. Apparently, twenty percent of you are thinking about getting onto the dance floor and partying the night away. Thirty percent of you are thinking about the marital status of the best man. Ladies

  • Man versus Kingdom: The King's Speech

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    abilities in relation to strengths, weaknesses, anxieties, confidence, and what we can and are willing to do to overcome adversity. We all seek praise and recognition in our journey through life. Tom Hooper's historical film adaptation, The King's Speech exemplifies these traits we all have in common as entities of the human race. Examples of these key conflicts, self, family and society are beautifully illustrated by the three main characters, main protagonist, King George VI, played by Colin Firth