• Essay
    community at a college – eroticism. Getting past the introduction of the speech the author gradually presents the message of the text – love/passion for your interests: “Let me suggest, finally, that the world of techno-consumerism is therefore troubled by real love, and that it has no choice but to...
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  • Essential Tips On How To Write A Loud Speech About Love
    Essential Tips On How To Write A Loud Speech About Love People generally tend to romanticize their speeches about love, making them sound very sweet and almost too dramatic. This is to be avoided at all costs, as to make your speech look professional, you need to follow the rules of academia and...
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  • Speech Analysis from Act 2
    idolizes and worships him by saying “Which is the god of my idolatry, / And I’ll believe thee” (2.2.102-103). This shows us the excessive and unreasonable love for Romeo on Juliet’s part. It is very strange that Juliet already idolizes Romeo as they hardly know each other. This speech develops one of the...
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  • Reflection 9&10
    dinner table speech, Gabriel gave a quite long and thoughtful speech; he declares that although people may have sad memories from the past, you must get over them and live for today and for the future. He says: “There are always in gatherings such as this sadder thoughts that will recur to our minds...
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  • Informative Essay Notes
    Bria Calhoun Coach Thomas Public Speaking- 2nd September 5, 2012 Informative Speech Notes Informative Speaking * 4 to 5 Minutes Long 4 to 5 Minutes Long Research * Write * Organize * SPEAK * Effective Research = a confidant speaker **Purpose: to provide...
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  • Science and Technology
    old? Are you a beast of field and tree Or just a stronger child than me? O wind, a-blowing all day long, O wind, that sings so loud a song. j South Texas Christian Schools Speech Meet 2012-2013 3 rd Grade Poetry 61 Which Loved Best Joy Allison “I love you, mother,” said little John; Then...
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  • The Quarrel Between Philosophy and Poetry in Symposium
    of historical figures, while Pausanias puts use to categorization—he splits love into two groups: Common Love and Celestial Love—to give his listeners a sort of clear-cut definition of love’s duality. In Eryximachus’ speech, we see for the first time a speaker who relates the nature of Love to some...
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  • Cosmetologist
    In the scene Roderigo and Iago are alone. Roderigo is feeling sad at the fact that Desdemona the woman he loves is married to someone else kills him. Iago tells roderigo to go to sleep, Roderigo then says he wants to drown himself, Iago tells him he is being silly. Iago’s “Virtue! a fig!” speech...
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  • Martin Luther King Analasis
    when he expresses that he wants something as simple as his kids being judged by their character and not their race puts his speech on a personal level. This is an example of pathos because the love of ones child is connection that is shared with parents on a very emotional level. Martin...
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  • Steve Jobs
    761 words http://stevejobs .com http://en.wikipedia.org. You’ve got to find what you love. Steve Jobs (1955-2011) Commencement - a ceremony at which students formally receives his or her degree. The first story in his speech was about...
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  • Life Is What You Make It: Why Romeo and Juliet Were Doomed from the Start
    a rather long speech basically summing up the play in a nutshell. For such a small role in the play, the Friar is responsible for much of the tragedy that occurs. The speech that the Friar gives near the beginning of the play when he is speaking to, and about his plants, foreshadows the love, hate...
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  • English
    is an accentual language, and therefore beats and offbeats (stressed and unstressed syllables) take the place of the long and short syllables of classical systems. In most English verse, the metre can be considered as a sort of back beat, against which natural speech rhythms vary expressively. The...
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  • Ellb3 King Lear Theme of Power
    reveals frustration and anger at which point his volume would increase. Cordelia delays her speech as she refuses to take part in Lear’s ceremonial 'love test' suggesting that she has some degree of power. Her long pause creates an awkward silence on the stage and adding further to the tension between...
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  • analisis of Obamas victory speech
    . Besides that I will comment on important and meaningful quotes. Obama’s Victory Speech is separated in a lot of small sections. After finishing one section of his speech, he makes a long dramatic pause. That makes the speech very intimate. These dramatic pauses are used by almost any good speaker...
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  • Plato S Symposium
    not feel compelled to abide by social norms, valuing philosophy over propriety. Both Phaedrus' speech, and the others that follow, suggest that male-male love is preferable to male-female love. The term "homosexual" is not appropriate in discussing the nature of these relationships. Homosexuality...
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  • Examine How Shakespeare Presents Love in Act 1 Scene 1 of ‘a Midsummer Night’s Dream’
    language, structure and vivid imagery. At the beginning of the play we see an example of parental love, between the characters Egeus and his daughter Hermia. Egeus is ‘Full of vexation’ when he enters the scene, and Shakespeare presents his love for Hermia through this anger. When reading his speech...
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  • Aphoristic style and rhetorical devices
    been so long contending..." Repetition: restating an idea using the same words Examples: "the war is inevitable- and let it come! I repeat sir, let it come!" Aphoristic style- the use of sentances or phrases within a larger essay or speech (usually persuasive) that stand out...
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  • Stylistic Devices
    , reduces redundancy of speech. Elliptical structures may also reveal such speakers' emotions as excitement, impatience, delight, etc. As a stylistic device, ellipsis is an effective means of protagonists' portrayal. NOMINATIVE (NOMINAL) SENTENCES. A nominative sentence is a variant of one-member...
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  • Essays
    , Daniela, I love you. My mom grabbed my dad's hand tightly, and tried to wake him up, she started to scream and panic, she didn't want this to end, I hold her tightly as she cried against my shoulder, I couldn't imagine what it's like to lose someone whom you married so long. After for so much tears, my...
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  • Lesson Plan
    long the pencil was. 3. Bob realized the answer was 92. 4. Sarah ran a mile. * The student will give a “thumbs up” after “John figured out how long the pencil was” is read. Grammar (parts of speech): The teacher will read sentences out loud to the student. Depending on the question, the...
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