Queen Elizabeth I. Essay prompt relating to a speech QEI made to rally her troops. Analyzation AP style.
In a calling to arms, a leader must portray his confidence and support of the people he is speaking to. Queen Elizabeth I had to put forth more effort when rallying her army then a king would; she was a woman. In calling her army to arms, Queen Elizabeth I of England utilizes certain elements of language-diction, imagery, and sentence structure-to let them see the truth in what she said.
Queen Elizabeth I implements diction in her speech to her people. Elizabeth begins her speech with the words, "My loving people." By saying these three simple words, she brings the hearts and souls of her…
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