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George w. Bush

-speech

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index

1. General aspects

2. Summary

3. Rhetorical Devices

4. Effect of the speech

5. Reference to an importance for Today

6. Sources

-who? -> President George Walker Bush

-where? -> Washington D.C
-when? -> September 20, 2001 at 9 pm Eastern Daylight Time
-target group? -> Adress to a Joint Session of Congress and the American People
> American population, countries with casualties from incident, Muslim world, Terrorist group al Qaeda
-why? -> reaction to attack on the World Trade Center in NYC on September 11, 2001
-character: encouraging, cheering, threatening, consoloing
-features: crisis speech -> encouragement, patriotism

1. General aspects

2. Summary

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"Terrorist attacks can shake the foundations of our biggest buildings, but they cannot touch the foundation America."

-> show that America is a strong nation
-imagery -> underline his feelings and the feelings of audience around the world
"The pictures of airplanes flying into buildings, fires burning, huge - huge structures collapsing have filled us with disbelief, terrible sadness, and many questions to be answered."

3. Rhetorical devices

-notable allusion:

"America has stood down enemies before, and we will do so this time."
-> showing confidence
-antithesis
"Americans have known Sunrise attack- but never before on thousands of civilians."
(I. 46-47)
-> emphasizing important idea while creating memorable image

3. Rhetirical devices

"All of this was brought upon us in a single day- and night fell on a different world [...]" (I. 47-48)


3. Rhetorical devices

"This is not ,however, just America's fight. And what is at stake is not just America's freedom. This is the world's fight. This is civilization's fight. This is the fight of all who believe in the progress and pluralism, tolerance and freedom. We ask every nation to join us. We will ask, and we will need, the help of police forces, intelligence services, and banking systems around the world. The United States is grateful that many nations and many international organizations have already responded-- with sympathy and with support. Nation from Latin America, to Asia, to Africa, to Europe, to the Islamic world. Perhaps the NATO Charter reflects best the attitude of the world: An attack on one is an attack on all."

George W. Bush

4. Effects of the speech

Americans

-> helped coping with events
-> gave strength
-> strengthened national pride + faith in country and government
-> created stronger patriotism

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The rest of the world
-compassion for America-strengthened political relationships-fear of getting on America's bad side

Terrorists
-threat

"After all that just passed -- all the lives taken, and all the possibilities and hopes that died with them -- it is natural to wonder if America's future is one of fear. Some speak of an age of terror. I know there are struggles ahead, and dangers to face. But this country will define our times, not be defined by them. As long as the United States of America is determined and strong, this will not be an age of terror; this will be an age of liberty, here and across the world."

George W. Bush

2001

2003

2014

Invasion of Afghanistan

-> dismantle al-Qaeda
-> remove the Taliban government from power

5.Reference to an importance of today

- Al-Qaeda insurgency in Yemen is ongoing armed conflict between Yemeni government, US and al-Qaeda affiliated cells in Yemen

Iraq invasion

-> overthrow Saddam Hussein
->eliminate weapons of mass destruction

"After all that just passed -- all the lives taken, and all the possibilities and hopes that died with them -- it is natural to wonder if America's future is one of fear. Some speak of an age of terror. I know there are struggles ahead, and dangers to face. But this country will define our times, not be defined by them. As long as the United States of America is determined and strong, this will not be an age of terror; this will be an age of liberty, here and across the world."

George W. Bush

6. Sources

Thanks!