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Chief Seattle shares his precious lands memories by forming two different tones Chief Seattle creates a passionate and a sorrow tone thorough diction and imagery He made his speech passionate and sorrow to move the audiences heart and hoping that the people will take care the land like the chief did The first part of Seattles speech of the land is packed with memories and what they mean to his people He says that if he sells the land everybody must remember that they should treat every part of the land as if they were their brothers The tone of his words is sorrow because he focused on what hes going to loose that are precious to him everything in his memory his brothers Every detail of the land part of the land came from his memories Seattle uses detailed words or imagery such as every shining pine needle every humming insect and every perfumed flower Seattle uses detailed words to describe a scene that had impacted him since every part of the land is his brothers His imagery centers and puts deeper meanings to his speech that he is going to miss the land The second part of Seattles speech presents is not his memory it is what Seattle wants the inherent of the land to do and not to do and what the land means to him He says to love and care the land because it is precious to everyone and all things are united and harming the land is same thing as to contempt on its creator The tone of his words is passionate because the land is very precious to him and he wants everyone to take care of the land Seattle uses repetition of love and care in the sentence love it as we have loved it care for it as we have cared for it Repeating the two words emphasizes them and it makes it sound that
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