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QUEEN ELIZABETHS SPEECH Queen Elizabeths speech had the tone of bravery and loyalty Everything she says in it leads to the theme of the piece which is she will be there with her troops if need be and she believed they were fighting for a just and noble cause Through her primarily complex sentences such as My loving people we have been persuaded by some that are careful of safety to take heed how we commit ourselves to armed multitudes for fear of treachery but I assure you I do not desire to live to distrust my faithful and loving people she drives home her point and also supports it with multiple examples The sentences are long which helps add to the drama and serious feel of the piece Queen Elizabeth uses the rhetorical device of recurring images throughout the piece She says my people and loyal many times to show how unified and loyal both she and her subjects are to each other These words were carefully chosen to make her troops proud and ready for battle She even says that she has a feeble body but the heart of a King not just any King the King of England This shows through poetical devices how strongly she is convicted of her feelings and her actions as a queen The diction of this piece is highly formal and learned as would most pieces written by a queen addressing her troops She shows this through her word choice which consists of long and meaningful words and sentences that help flow together to one main idea of loyalty She uses adjectives like faithful loving noble and worthy to describe both her self and her troops again to create a sense of unity She wants them to know that they are out there doing the right thing and she will be too if need be As I have said
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