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Unformatted text preview: This document was downloaded from Coursework.Info - The UK's Coursework Database - http://www.coursework.info/ 1 The Research Paper- Sarah Medley Chapman University Paul Apodaca Indian Oratory and Philosophy Word Count.. 4000 This document was downloaded from Coursework.Info - The UK's Coursework Database - http://www.coursework.info/ This document was downloaded from Coursework.Info - The UK's Coursework Database - http://www.coursework.info/ 2 The Research Paper Red Jacket, Sagoyewatha, and Otetiani; each are names of the great Seneca chief who is considered one of the greatest orators in Native American history. The components of each speech he gave are more than just words. A portion of who he and the changing, outside world around him underlies each line spoken. The entirety is spoken of for a reason, and taken from something: a memory, and idea, a historical event, a prediction of the future, concern, a disagreement, a value, an opinion. In understanding the underlying background and meaning of single separate statements in Red jackets speeches, his motivation and premises can be discovered. After coming across such important pieces of an address to the particular group he was speaking to, conclusions should feel in place with the reason and rhetoric used. Red Jackets motivation is his own, for ours would most like differ if addressing the topic he had. But keeping it in mind will prove to be beneficial for being able to understand why he uses certain reasons and persuasion in a given speech. (Granville Granter 2007) (Blaisdell 2000) Our orators first name, given to him at age 10, was Otetiani. Otetiani means Our orators first name, given to him at age 10, was Otetiani....
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