Rhetorical tools in John F. Kennedy's opening address

According to Aristotle, a speaker or writer has three ways to persuade his audience: the first race depends on the speaker's personality; the second is putting the audience in a certain mind; the third is the evidence or the obvious evidence that the speech itself says.

One of the most influential people who has made a memorable speech over the past century, President John F. Kennedy, is a famous public speaker who has written a shaping address that invites huge people.

His well-known speech demonstrates how the method of using intentionally written or spoken speech (rhetoric) by the author or speaker is used by the student or reader to interpret the purpose or theme of the report to his compatriots.

Definition of terms:

1. Alliteration : Repeating repeating sounds at the beginning of consonant words.

2nd Allusion : It is to be assumed that the reader was well acquainted with the short or indirect reference to a work, place, event, or relocation in the Bible or the Bible.

3rd Enhancement : Detail details to clarify the point.

4th Analog : Comparison of two factors in which complexity is simpler.

5th Anaphora : Repeat one or more words in the header of executing phrases, sentences, or sentences.

6th Anastrophe : Translate the text to emphasize the emphasis.

7th Antimetabol : Returning or recurring words or phrases to effect.

8th Antithesis : Contrast in parallel terms (not to be confused with the common use of the word "extreme opposite").

ninth Assonance : Repeats the vowels of vowels between different consonants.

10th Asyndeton : Lack of connective tissue.

eleventh Chiasmus : Reversing the grammatical order from one term to another.

12th Climax : The importance of arranging words, clauses or sentences in emphasizing the growing importance, weight or emphasis.

13th Conduplication : Anadiplosis resembles a repeat of a previous word, but at the beginning of the next, repeating a keyword (not the last word) from a previous sentence, clause or sentence.

14th Consonance : Repeat the same sounds with two or more words in close proximity.

15th Ellipsis : A missed speech part that is easy to understand in context.

16th Ethos : Use what the audience value and think you're right or true.

17th Hyperbole : Intentional exaggeration to create humor or focus.

18th Images : Vivid descriptions that fascinate the image of things in the mind with one or more of the five feelings.

19th Logos : It is a poisonous, logical way to attract attention.

20th Metanoia : A qualification of a statement that either reduces or strengthens your voice.

21st Metaphor : A report or identity formulated on a topic differently.

22nd Oxymoron : Contradictory phrases or ideas are combined.

23rd Parallelism : Arranging words, phrases, clauses, or larger structures by matching them and their similarity.

24th Paradox : A statement that seems to contradict you, but it turns out to have a rational meaning.

25th Pathos : Arousing emotions.

26th Personification : Assigning human attributes to non-human or lifeless objects.

27th Polysyndeton : Paste the conjunction for each word before the list.

28th Repeat : The word or phrase has been used near two or more times.

29th Rhetorical Question : The question of rheumatic effect prompted the question to emphasize a point and not expect an answer.

30th Sententia : Focal point with aphorism.

31st Syntax : The grammatical structure of the sentence; arranging words in one sentence.

32nd Tricolon : A series of parallel words, phrases, clauses or statements.

33rd Zeugma : It includes several similar rhetorical tools, each of which means grammar (or sounds) in a grammatically correct link between another part of the speech.

The rhetorical tools that are present at John F. Kennedy's opening address:

* • "the same solemn"

• "man (paragraph 3, first sentence)

• "what our forefathers fought" (second sentence of the third paragraph)

• "friend and foe" (paragraph 5)

• " survival and survival "(paragraph 5)

(section 7, sentence 1)

•" colonial control "(paragraph 8 sentence 1)

•" Strongly supported "(paragraph 2) (Paragraph 9)

• "sovereign states" (eleventh paragraph)

• "interrupt the bonds of mass misery" (paragraph 11h)

• "the dark power of destruction"

• "constant propagation" (paragraph 14)

• "honesty has always been subjected" (paragraph 15) [1

"carries the burden" (from 6th to the last paragraph)

• "great and global alliance" (p. and the last paragraph)

the violence and the victim "(the first sentence of the last paragraph)

•" Let's go and lead the land we love … "(last sentence, second sentence)

(19659002) • "I have sworn before you and the Almighty God." (The second sentence of the second paragraph)

• "Those who foolishly bought power by ending on the back of the tiger" (last paragraph • Both sides … Leave both sides … Leave both sides … Let both parties (paragraphs 16 to 19)

* • "Those who have been ostentatiously bought by the leadership of the tiger have ended" (paragraph 8, third sentence) • "All forms of human poverty and all human life form "(1st sentence of the third paragraph) •" not because the comm not because they are seeking their votes, but because they are right "(paragraph 9, first sentence)

•" … to the new states … to the people … to his sister. .. to the world … to those nations … "(vv. But we always hope to vigorously support their freedom "(paragraph 2, second and third sentence)

•" both sides are overwhelmed by the modern both are very concerned about the constant propagation of the lethal atom, both compete to change the uncertain terrarium of the ultimate war of mankind "(paragraph 14)

•" Both sides … Leave both parties … Leave both parties "Both Parties" (paragraphs 16 to 19)

• "It's not like offering weapons, though we need weapons, not a call to fight, though we're hot, but an invitation to wear a long twilight fight from year to year "(from the 6th to the last paragraph), •" the first hundred days. It will not be completed in the first 1000 days, not in the life of the administration, or even in our present life on this planet. "(From the 8th to the last paragraph)

] •" Not allowed "(first sentence of the fourth paragraph and seventh paragraph, paragraph 13 and sentence of the third paragraph) • "We promise" (paragraph 6)

• "Do not ask" (paragraph 26)

* Antimetabole

• "Do not ask what your country can do for you – ask what you can do for your country "(3rd and last paragraph) Never discuss fear, but do not be afraid to negotiate." (Second sentence of the fifteenth paragraph)

* Antithesis

• "Today is not the victory of the party, but the holiday of liberty" (first sentence of the second paragraph)

• "… not from the generosity of the state but from the hand of God" (second sentence of wording 3).

• "Supporting Friends, Opposing All Enemies …" (paragraph 5)

• "There is not a lot of things we can not do in many co-operatives." … "(paragraph 7, second sentence)

•" Not because … not because … but because … "(paragraph 9, first sentence)

from fear , but do not be afraid to negotiate. "(second sentence of paragraph 15)

•" Both parties will explore the problems we are having in place of coping with the problems that share us. " (Paragraph 16)

• "not a new power balance but a new world of law" (paragraph 20)

• "No Calling Weapons … Not a Fighting Call but a Call for Burdening … "(Paragraph 23)

•" I will not restrain from this responsibility – I welcome you "(paragraph 25, second sentence)

•" … do not ask what you can do for your country, ask what you can do for your country ". (Paragraph 26)

• "Do not ask what America will do for you, but what can we do for the freedom of man?" (Articles 2 and 3)

19659002] • "… the constant propagation of the deadly atom". (Paragraph 14)

* "We pay, we pay, we meet all the difficulties, support all friends, oppose all enemies …" 19659002] • "reveals the stars, conquer the deserts, eliminate the disease, touch the depths of the ocean "(second paragraph of paragraph 18)

•" Energy, faith and devotion "(from the 4th to the last paragraph) 19659002] Chiasmus

• "Never talk about fear, but do not be afraid to negotiate." (The second sentence of paragraph 15)

* "ask what you can do for your country" (3. to the last paragraph)

* Climax • "It will not end in the first hundred days, and it will not be completed in the first thousand days, neither in the life of Administration, nor even in our lives on this planet either. " (8th and last paragraph)

* Conduplication

• "help them to help themselves" (paragraph 9, first sentence)

• "good words for good deeds" )

• "free people and free governments" (paragraph 10, first sentence)

• "the tools of war far exceeded the means of peace" (paragraph 11)

"Absolute power … absolute control. "(Paragraph 17)

* Consonance

•" You are well ill or illusory "

* Ellipsis

•" This is what we promise – and many more. "(paragraph 6) Ethos

•" Johnson Vice President, President, Judicial Boss, President Eisenhower, Vice President Nixon, President Truman, Reverend Clergy, Fellow Citizens: victory, but the celebration of freedom – the ending, as well as the initial – signaling renewal and change. "(1 and 2)

•" In the long history of the world, only a few generations have been granted the protection of freedom in the maximum threat hour (from 4 to the last paragraph)

"With our good conscience, let us go to lead the earth we love, asking for his blessing and help, but knowing that here the work of God on earth is indeed ours. "(last sentence of the last paragraph) *" Let all nations know whether we want to do good or bad, to pay any price, to burden, to encounter any difficulty, to support all my friends, against all enemies, to ensure survival and freedom. "(paragraph 5)

* ]

• "The torch was passed on to a new generation (paragraph 4) •" old allies who (paragraph 7, first sentence)

welcome in the ranks of liberty "(paragraph 8, first sentence)

•" people in the huts and villages in the land of their side struggle to break the masses misery "(paragraph 9, first sentence) [19659002] •" the UN universe of the sovereign states "(p. • "The trumpet invites us again – it's not like carrying a weapon, although we need weapons," he said. we are determined to fight – but a call to bear the burden of a long struggle, year after year and year, "hoping the miserable people" – fighting against common enemies: tyranny, poverty, disease and war. "( The last sentence of the fifth paragraph) • "We are the heirs of the First Revolution" to advance from this time and place, both his friend and his enemy, to deliver the torch to new Americans (paragraph 4, third sentence)

• "volumes of mass misery" (paragraph 9)

• " poverty (paragraph 10, first sentence)

• "evolution of hope" (paragraph 10, second sentence)

• "master of his own house" (last sentence of paragraph 10)

• "terrorism balance "(p.

• "co-operation can reduce the jungle of suspicion …" (paragraph 20)

• "The energy, the faith and the devotion we bring to this ambition will illuminate our country and serve it altogether – and the light from the fire can truly illuminate the world. "(From the 4th to the last paragraph)


•" But this is a peaceful revolution. "10.) Parallelism

• "We do not consider the victory of the party today, but the celebration of freedom, which symbolizes the end, and it is a signal of renewal and change."

• "born in this century, proud of war with hard and bitter peace, proud of our ancestral heritage" (second sentence of the fourth paragraph)

the nation knows whether it is good or bad we pay, we pay every price, we are burdened, we have any difficulties, we support every friend, we oppose all enemies for the success of survival and freedom "(paragraph 5) [19659002] •" Both parties will reveal what problems they are being confronted with. firstly, both sides should seriously and precisely formulate these proposals for controlling and controlling weapons … Both sides should strive for the wonders of science … Let both parties merge … "(paragraphs 6-9)

•" Very little we can not do many cooperating companies. We can hardly share, we can do a little … "(second and third sentence of seventh paragraph)

•" If the free society can not help the poor, it can not save the few who are rich. "(In the second sentence of paragraph 9)

•" we must be beyond doubt "(second sentence of paragraph 13) Paradox

is without a doubt doubtful enough, that they will never be employed. "(The second sentence of paragraph 13)

* Pathos

•" The land of half the houses and villages that try to break the mass misery … " (paragraph 9, first sentence)

• "the tomb of American young people responsible for calling surrounds the globe" (7th and last paragraph)

• "The energy, the faith, the devotion we bring to this aspiration , illuminates our country and all who serve it, and the glo (from the last paragraph)

* Personality

• "The ultimate judge of our actions in history" (second sentence of the last paragraph) [196590 * "[man] holds power in the mortal power to abolish all forms of human poverty and all forms of human life" (first sentence of the third paragraph)

* "May we sacrifice the enemy against a great and global alliance, North and South, East and West, which can provide a more fruitful life for all mankind? Are you joining this historic effort? "(From 5th to the last paragraph)." […]

• "Withdraw the heavy burden … (and leave the oppressed free" paragraph) [19645002] * "My world's citizens: do not ask what he will do for the United States, but we can do it for the freedom of man. " the last paragraph). "We do not hold the party's victory today, but the holiday of celebration, which symbolizes the end and the beginning of renewal and change."

• "Not like carrying a weapon, although we need a weapon, not a call for combat, though we are spicy, but an invitation to bear the burden of the long twilight fight, year after year year and season "(from 6th to the last paragraph)

* •" The trumpet now invites us again, we are disappointed but call for burden … "(from 6th to the last paragraph)

Embedding Results: [19659002] John F. Kennedy uses 33 different types of rhetoric in his speech. the most decisive rhetoric used was the use of alliteration.In an intense analysis it can be seen that it is obvious that it is intended to attract audience attention to listen to and understand point you gave it a sense of writing and speaking.

Source by Charwina Mallari

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