Literary Devices In Jfk Inaugural Address

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“Inaugural Address” is a speech stated by president John F Kennedy where he addressed what changes he would imply in the government to produce a country where every citizen is felt optimistic and proud about their future. Kennedy used many words where he ensures that America will have hope and he would personally take charge of everything, providing peace and security to the whole nation. Kennedy envisions how the ideal and exemplary country would be like. His words reflects an example of how leaders should be able to establish security and stability in the citizens of the country. With the use of tone diction and imagery Kennedy 's speech continues to serve as an exemplary reflection of what the United States visualizes for their nation. The Inaugural Address was intended for the American public and anyone who needed reassurance that their country was not completely destroyed during the Cold War. He used a very encouraging tone throughout the speech ,seeking to imply hope and aspirations for the nation. Kennedy answered all the questions and doubts without intending to do so. “Let every nation know, whether it wishes us well or ill, that we shall pay any price, bear any burden, meet any hardship, support any friend, oppose any foe to assure the survival and …show more content…
Kennedy choice of literary devices strongly transitioned his speech into a memorable set of sincere words that intended to set new standards and expectations for the country. With the election occurring these days, it is visible that our country is very divided amongst us. Looking back at an inaugural address that was solely committed to hope for change for the country better without having all these personal conflicts is refreshing. Every president should aspire to this speech as a model and example as to what the United States wanted to portray. Looking at it from a deeper and analytical perspective, he put thought and meaning into his words considering it as a speech worth for

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