posted by bindiya farswani on .
can you please give me an example of an phrase or image that describes and emotional overtone and the message found in the following narrative: from the autobiography: the declaration of independence by thomas Jefferson
sorry for my sentence error. i wanted to ask that can you please give me an example of an phrase or image that describes an emotional overtone and the message found in the following narrative: from the autobiography: the declaration of independence by Thomas Jefferson
There are several images in here of groups of people. I'd choose one of them.
oh sorry once again, i didn't want clip arts. i was looking for phrases in the narrative that describes the emotional appeal.
i.e.: in Speech to the Virginia Convention, i chose one phrase and described its emotional appeal and message.
for example, the phrase was: “Three millions of people, armed in the holy cause of liberty, and in such a country as that which we possess, are invincible by any force which our enemy can send against us. Besides, sir, we shall not fight our battles alone. There is a just God who presides over the destinies of nations, and who will raise up friends to fight our battles for us.” therefore, in my opinion this sentence appeals to our emotions that follows: This statement implies that the battle is not going to be fought alone, there are about three million people and by God’s grace many friends shall be willing to help them fight. It also suggests that fighting for liberty is a holy cause and the means they possess are by far invincible. Just have faith in God because he’s the only one who will help us fight this holy cause and preside our destiny.
and the message is: Henry is indicating that America has the courage to fight a war against the English rule and become an independent nation. America is a strong nation that can cope up during the formidable period and fight with their powerful adversaries. In order to do this, Henry points out that Americans are powerful and not weak if they make the proper use of the means that the Almighty has blessed them with. Thus, they shouldn’t worry and just let the war begin. The Americans will definitely win the battle.
so i was looking to do like this for Thomas Jefferson's narrative. so please help me by telling a phrase.
alrite thanx for the help!!
You wrote, "so i was looking to do like this for Thomas Jefferson's narrative. so please help me by telling a phrase."
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sorry for not interpreting my questions/sentences properly. i do know and understand that my work is mine and only i should be doing it. sorry for the miss communication. moreover, in the future whenever i say like the above statements i don't intend any of you lovely teachers to do my work, i just mean to give an idea so that i can carry on doing my work. i study by myself so at times i do tend to get stuck and that's when i post questions here or ask any of my parents. anyhow thanx for the previous helps and hope it continues. :) no hard feelings. this is indeed a great site for student and you teachers are wonderful. keep it up!