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The audience that maya anugelou addressed was asian

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President of the United States. The audience that Maya Anugelou addressed was asian, hispanic and jews. The people that were listening to the speech were all types of people with different race background. On stage their were a lot of caucasian people and a few African American people as well. The way the audience react to her speech is that were listening real good to every word Maya Anugelou was saying and trying to make sense of the speech behind it and the true meaning to the speech. After the speech Maya Anugelou got a standing ovation with people clapping and cheering for her. The purpose of the speech was to give insight on Nergro spirituals and songs and to assert that humans can change the world for the better with nature and holding
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Portfolio 13 on to changes for a new beginning. She also supported the Clinton administration and she wanted the president to make the world a better place. Pulse is a word that means hope and opportunity and plays a big part in our American history. The poem also relates to diversity, change overtime, and equality because people want to have the same rights as others; whether it’s dealing with discrimation, culture, race, or gender . Dealing with the Criticism explains how the audience establish ethos, pathos, and logos and for that reason the reader establish ethos is because ethos establish credibility and express the knowledge of the topic because the first strophe interpreted as ethos. When Maya Anugelou said, “ look, we have been here since before dinosaurs and mastodons, listen to what we have to say to you” . The reason the reader established logos because logos establish the purpose of the text and it also address opposing arguments. In the beginning of the speech a word, image, or dream is logos, because the human got caught up in name calling and forgot the most important purpose. “The molding of the dream”. The reason the reader establish pathos because pathos it depend on how you make the text appeal to your audience and will it persuade them of the validity of the argument. Maya Angelous urges the audience to give birth again to the dream. The tree uses pathos. “Bought, sold, stolen, arriving on the nightmare praying for a dream .” The engagement that impact the speech is that the pulse of morning isn’t afraid to look back into dark times before making a push into forward on the future. It also has a historical element and urges everyone to do their very best. The reason why the speech has an impact on society is because the theme is about hope for mankind and to form the links between people and nature and also the desire for unity among the people in the world.
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Portfolio 15 Research Proposal Sexual Harassment Shania Kale English 112 College of the Albemarle
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Portfolio 16 Abstract The increasing rate of sexual harassment were investigated in this work. It was found that
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