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  • Great Public Speaker Analysis

    The Making of Great Public Speaker On my thirteenth birthday my parents had given me a ticket to see my all time favorite female athlete. She was going to talk about her life and the journey she took to become successful. At thirteen years old, I felt like I had just received a Nobel Prize. On the day of the talk, I sat front row, and I was ready to become inspired and motivated to becoming a successful athlete. Instead, the speaker walked out with a piece of crinkled paper. I was drowned into boredom. The speaker went on and on about absolutely nothing. I left that auditorium that day not only disappointed but also motivated. I was motivated to never become her, to never stand in front of an audience and put them to sleep. Public speaking…

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  • Charmin Commercial Analysis

    For example, the author of this commercial obviously thinks that Charmin is the number one brand for toilet paper. That is all an opinion though because everybody has different tastes. Since the author believes that Charmin is the best toilet paper around, it must also mean that the author believes that it is the softest and longest lasting toilet paper. Another appeal that is used is pathos. The bears set off an emotional aspect that gets the audience to watch the…

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  • Theme Of Stopping By Woods On A Snowy Evening

    the theme of suicide. While analyzing the text, in the first stanza, the speaker in the ballad, locates us to where…

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  • On Death Without Exaggeration By Wislawa Szymborska Analysis

    The Weakness of Death “On Death, Without Exaggeration” by Wislawa Szymborska is an observation of Death by a third party. The speaker is discussing how little power Death has in a life. Many people feel that death is omnipotent and they have no power over this. The speaker is using evidence seen over many years to show the reader that Death is not an all powerful entity. Death is the same awkward truth in life just like it was when the world first began. Szymborska uses persona, personification,…

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  • Comedy Skits

    attention is a hard to receive and laughter gets attention. There is so many apps, websites, and games that demand everyone’s attention. It is now crucial to have some form of entertainment to compete with all the other internet madness. Comedy would also open doors to a wider audience than just a typical speech because who doesn’t love a good laugh and an interesting form of giving knowledge! The other side of the coin is of course giving a speech. This is only effective if the speaker knows…

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  • Summary Of Sylvia Plath's Daddy

    Sylvia Plath’s “Daddy” is a reflection of her personal feelings with her fathers. The poem “Daddy” is a emotion filled poem that is dark and sad. The poem makes the reader feel sad for Sylvia and they try to understand the struggles Sylvia went through. The poem makes references to the holocaust and Sylvia's experiences growing up during World War ii. The darkness of this poem comes from the anger Sylvia has from her father passing away and leaving her to look for him in another man. Sylvia…

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  • Comparing Jealousy In Medusa And The Laboratory

    portrays the speaker as deceptive and bent on revenge. As the speaker observes the poison being made she “(gazes) thro’ …. faint smokes curling whitely”. The first image…

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  • Social Norm Analysis: Among The Living By Dana Levin

    When we feel that we--or our world--is falling apart, we sometimes fail to comply with social norms. When under stress or in anguished circumstances, we are often unable to uphold societally conditioned and accepted practices. “Among the Living” by Dana Levin presents a scene and brief exchange in which a bystander comes forth and offers validation and recognition to a woman so deep within her own human experience that she fails to follow learned protocols--something that incites judgment and…

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  • The Rose Did Caper Poem Analysis

    Tuckahoe, Congressman, Cuff” (11), but they are all uniformly green grass. Moreover, these lines also express the idea of equality since the same grass will grow “among black folks as among white” (10). Thus, these lines express the ideas of uniformity and equality. The grass in this poem symbolizes various ideas that the speaker gradually explores, one of which being the idea of equality and uniformity. Men from all walks of life, black or white, young or old, when dead, will all equally…

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  • My Father's Garden David Wagoner Analysis

    Analysis of “My Father’s Garden” “My Father’s Garden,” by David Wagoner is a poem about a child who reminisces about his or her father’s life. The speaker thinks back on his or her father’s work, his hobbies, and his education in this poignant tribute. With the author’s use of metaphors, similes, and alliteration, the poem emerges as a cautionary tale to show the impact of industrialization. With an extensive use of metaphors, Wagoner emphasizes the environment the father works in each day.…

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