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Anwar Sadat and Paul Keating

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Transcript of Anwar Sadat and Paul Keating

Anwar Sadat and Paul Keating
BY: Ali ElMasry
An Egyptian president from 1970 until his assassination on 6 October 1981
3rd Egyption president
He’s on a mission to establish peace with Israel and achieve a recognition by each of other’s territorial boundaries
Speech was success in that the agreement with Israel was reached and a treaty signed in 1979, leading to his assassination two years later
Anwar Sadat
Was prime minister of Australia
Trying to achieve reconciliation in state of disparity
doesn't prefer racism and emphasize it as being wasteful
Paul Keating
Anwar Sadat Paul Keating
Ethos Ethos
Pathos Pathos
Logos Logos
religious allusions Historical references
anaphora Metaphors
metaphors Anaphora


Rhetorical techniques used
there are a few links between the 2 speeches:
Sadat is trying to achieve reconciliation in a corrupt society. Keating is trying to achieve reconciliation in a state of disparity
Both speeches aim to unite the audiences with their deep ideals and structured facts.
Equality and inclusiveness is potrayed in both speeches as they want to bring the audience on the same level as them.
recognition is emphasized in both speeches.
Links between them
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stating my thesis and structure of essay
Thesis
effective speeches are worthy of critical study because of their uniting ideals far beyond their context if they are endowed to with the ability to move an audience. Sadat's statement to the knesset and Keating's Redfern speech are both motivational speaches as they emphatically emphasise the need for reconciliation, peace, justice and equality.
Structure of essay
I have did this assigment by referring to the notes we recieved from class. I have integrated both texts together and talked about the major rhetorical techniques. i used ethos, logos and Pathos for both speeches.
How rhetorical devices effect speakers style?
Rhetorical devices effect how both Sadat and Keating captivate their audience. They effect the tone and this results to the speaker to talk fluently and eloquent. Rhetorical devices also add a poetic melody to speeches. They are an effective way to cross their ideas to their audience. They generate interest in an audience and they direct attention to a specific idea. The use of rhetorical devices in both speeches helped the speaker to engage the audience and help them to explore their deeply held ideals.
Quotes from speeches and reference
Anwar Sadat
Paul Keating
Religious allusions: "Peace and the mercy of God almighty be upon you and may be peace be for us all, God willing"
Pathos: " A wife who becomes a widow is a human being entitled toppy family life, whether she be an Arab or Israeli"
Logos: "Any life lost in war is human life, irrespective of being Arab or Israeli".
Pathos: "Open up our hearts a little".
Logos: "We took, we committed, we brought"
References: "Ghandi the apostle of peace"
Ethos: "acknowledge the hardship that indiginous people face due to empowerment of white Australians"
Links between both Speeches
there are a few links between the 2 speeches:
Sadat is trying to achieve reconciliation in a corrup society. Keating is trying to achieve reconciliation in a state of disparity
Both speeches aim to unite the audience with their deep ideals and structured facts
equality and inclusiveness is potrayed in both speeches as they want to bring the audience on the same level as them
Recognition is potrayed also in both speeches
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