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Tecumseh Red Jacket Speeches

The speeches of ***** Jacket and Tecumseh are both fundamental examples of the period ***** of the manner in which different Indian orators developed and utilized ethos, pathos and logos to demonstrate each point to different audiences. To begin with this work must briefly describe each and then it will discuss the differences between ***** two on all three *****s. The ethos of any persuasive argument is demonstrated as the authority ***** which the speaker comes into ***** ***** and how the audience recognizes this authority ***** how the speaker creates trust with content and technique. The ***** of the persuasive argument is ***** material ***** by the ***** to persuade in an artistic manner, while ***** pathos of the persuasion is ***** emotion that already resides with the audience which the speaker ***** plays upon ***** build h***** persuasive argument.

***** 56) Hav*****g briefly defined each element this work will then move forward to compare and contrast the information offered by each speaker to persuade his *****.

Ethos

***** Tecumseh and Red Jacket relay heavily on individual skill to demonstrate their *****, and both have gained authority outside of the persuasive argument that they ***** utilize ***** present *************** ***** demonstrate purpose and intent. The intended audience of each speaker intensely modifies the messages of ***** speakers, as Red *****, speaks to the U.S. Senate relying on ***** fact that he has been asked to participate in this "council fire" by t***** senate ***** will speak to the questi*****s they ***** placed before him, most specifically the fact that he believes the Red Man and the White man to be different and therefore deserving of ***** own unimpeded faiths. ***** Jacket outlines, rather tamely the many ways in which the white man has challenged the Red man's trust, on many issues and then defines the need ***** the White Man ***** refrain from attempting to usurp the authority of ***** Red Man's religi*****, until such time as the Red Man sees if the preaching ***** the White Man to local white men (in the communities where both live **********) actually changes their historical behavior to one ***** is more ***** line with the words of ***** ***** Man's Book (the bible) ***** is even among the ***** man interpreted divergently, and which ***** not been h*****ed d***** to the Re***** Man ***** h***** ancestors, in the way the their own Great Spirit faith h***** been. While Tecumseh on the other hand is speaking to another Indian nation, one he wishes to ***** to fight the White Man for all of the wrongs, he has committed. He comes to t***** ora*****ion with the authority of truly being a brother to the Os*****ges, as a fellow Red Man and ***** the authority of ***** ***** Spirit, a divine character which they collectively rely on as the universal creator.

Logos

***** material utilized by ***** Red Jacket ***** Tecumseh is dependant upon the ***** avarice of the white

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