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Princess Diana a name that will always be remembered and a life that will never be forgotten When the famous princess passed away mid 1997 many were left devastated Everyone dealt with the death of Princess Diana in a variety of ways Elton John wrote a song dedicated to Diana appealing to the emotional side of his audience by rhyming his song and making it unforgettable like the princess herself Then there were those who were not affected as much by the loss of the Princess who only wanted to know the story and facts which the BBC news article gave them Yet the easiest way to get through the mournful times was to write about it or in Earl Spencers case read about it Earl shared a strong bond with Diana not just as siblings but as friends too Even though many were affected by Princess Dianas death hearing a close family member speak of the sorrowful times was much more intriguing Earl Spencer uses rhetorical devices in his eulogy to Princess Diana to connect with everyone who has ever had to deal with a loss Earl Spencer mainly appeals to pathos or emotion in his speech dedicated to the princess He found it unnecessary to give reasoning behind why he was delivering this speech other than the obvious reason to mourn over a great persons horrible death Earl Spencer uses anaphora in the beginning of his speech when he states All over the world she was a symbol of selfless humanity All over the world a standard bearer for the rights of the truly downtrodden a very British girl who transcended nationality Spencer uses this device to make it known that Princess Diana left her mark all over the world He restates those few words just to show how affective her death was to everyone
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