Nelson Mandela. A man who has fought a long fight for a better South Africa. His accomplish-ments are terrific, but this man did not do this alone. He was the voice of the people who have had enough and he began a chain reaction of seeking justice. In his speech, at the National Congress, he emphasizes that the people of South Africa must keep protecting and living in a renewed South Africa. A single man can’t end apartheid alone - it requires the people.
Mandela’s Inauguration Speech does not engage his audience with words such as you and them, but Nelson has induced to create an us. There should be no you and me or us and them in South Africa anymore. This us bring together the nationalities of South Africa…show more content… These create a beautiful speech while making a better understanding of the message of the speech. Nelson Mandela has a various number of metaphors like: “Newborn liberty” [P. 1 L. 6], “The moment to bridge the chasms that divide us has come” [P. 2 L. 39], “We have triumphed in the effort to implant hope in the breasts of the millions of our people” [P. 2 L. 45] etc. If you seek every Man in the audience’s understanding and compassion pictures can be better than words in getting the intention and message of the speech out. For example: “We, the people of South Africa, feel fulfilled that humanity has taken us back into its bosom, that we, who were outlaws not so long ago, have today been given the rare privilege to be host to the na-tions of the world on our own soil.” [P. 1 L. 24] Mandela points out that apartheid was an act of in-human behavior. Fortunately, humanity has taken us back into its bosom. Furthermore, this quote leaves a proudness of nationality in the end as Mandela mentions the privilege to be host to the na-tions of the world. The same feeling of proudness is exploited when Nelson Mandela uses anaphora at the end of his…show more content… Let each know” [P. 3 L. 62]
Not only does it build up the feeling of a national proudness but also the feeling of solidarity and confidence among the people!
Nelson Mandela makes use of the modes of appeal in his speech. Writers etc. utilize the modes of appeal in order to seem trustworthy and catch the receivers’ attention by talking to them on an emotional plan together with sanity. This speech mostly talks to people’s emotions. There is a lot of pathos in this particular speech, which makes sense as people have been di-vided and are now brought back together. “We dedicate this day to all the heroes and heroines in this country and the rest of the world who sacrificed in many ways and surrendered their lives so that we could be free. Their dreams have become reality. Freedom is their reward.“ [P. 2 L. 52] In this quote the audiences have compassion with everyone who has sacrificed something for the end of Apartheid. Everyone in the audience must feel like that they have sacrificed something more or less. And if a person or two in the audience feel like they have done nothing to accomplish the end of apartheid they might have huge respect for those who have. In that way, Nelson Mandela is talk-ing to the emotions of the audience. Furthermore, Nelson Mandela talks to the audience reason He does not make use of statistics or talks history, but he points out how much better South Africa could be and now is without the segregated