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亚伯拉罕·林肯第二次现成地址分析

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在亚伯拉罕·林肯的第二次现成地址,林肯面临着一个内战中的深层分开的国家。林肯希望通过使用包容性和乐观的用语,并行,吸引普通基督徒以及大量的平衡语法来致辞来修补围栏。林肯的乐观用词援引了一个统一感,为北部和南方建立了共同点,以寻找妥协。而不是使用“南方”和“北方”,林肯总是使用“全部”将他的人民联系在一起。他强调了战争两侧的共同愿望,使用大量的“两者”,“两者”,以及“每次”,并“每个”在这些句子中表达他对他的人民和对战的司法态度的平衡观点。Lincoln’s optimistic tone encourages all American to finish the Civil War and progress as a nation, calling the American people to action with sentences like, “Let us strive on to finish the work we are in” and “to do all which may achieve and cherish a just and lasting peace.” Lincoln’s tone is cautiously optimistic: he wishes to finish the war and move past the issue of slavery, among others, which has divided the country, and ensure the country’s reunification. His tone also occurs in his use of the hortative sentence asking citizens to “let us strive.” He calls upon the nation as a whole to a higher level in hopes that the American people rise to the occasion, see past their differences, and come together as a single, unified country. After explaining the causes of the war, Lincoln uses lots of pathos and ethos in the form of parallel sentences. Lincoln opens the address to claim that “All dreaded it, all sought to avert it” to express the common wishes of both sides. Lincoln’s sentences with parallel structure call on both sides to reunite as brothers. Lincoln calls upon American citizens with phrases like, “Let us strive on to finish the work we are in, to bind up the nation’s wounds, to care for him …, to do all which may achieve … peace.” The parallel structure of this suggestion,and others like “Let us judge not, that we be not judged”, reflect Lincoln’s desire that the warring regions share responsibility equally to rebuild the country. God plays an important role to connect both sides together, which enhances Lincoln’s credibility in his speech besides his position as a president and occasion of this speech. Lincoln uses religious allusion to bring his people to the same direction.Lincoln alluded to the common ground the regions share, especially religiously. Although he describes a “peculiar and powerful institution,” alluding to the common nickname for slavery, Lincoln states that “both read the same Bible and pray to the same God.” Lincoln also appeals to common Christian values in order to demonstrate the values which both sides have in common. Lincoln’s claim that “both read the same Bible and pray to the same God” demonstrates the shared ground of the two opposing sides. Lincoln also uses faith to justify the Union’s victory, as when he says that he now "wills to remove slavery,” thus wiping away the need for bitterness and retribution, as God’s will has been done. His balanced syntax evokes the idea of a balanced and united nation with a combination of long and short sentences like “While the Inaugural Address was being delivered from this place, devoted altogether to saving the Union without war, insurgent agents were in the city seeking to destroy it without war, seeking to dissolve the Union and divide effects by negotiation” and “All dreaded it, all sought to avert it.” The contrast in sentences can represent the difference between North and South. This syntax helps emphasize Lincoln’s purpose of uniting a divided nation by combining two different sentence lengths to create a powerful speech, showing that the combining of both the Union and Confederacy will result in a powerful nation. Lincoln attempted to create a spirit of national unity and forgiveness with his Second Inaugural Address. Lincoln’s use of optimistic diction, parallel structuring, Christian appeal, and syntax help to create and emphasize his purpose to unite a divided nation. Lincoln’s optimistic tone and diction help to create the image and attitude that Lincoln has towards the reconstruction of America and his syntax foreshadows his vision of a reunited Union. The use of these rhetorical strategies allows Lincoln to achieve the purpose of his speech in binding and healing a broken nation to create the United States of America, one nation under God.

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