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  • Expressive means and stylistic devices in inauguration speeches of US presidents - metaphors and allusions.


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ID number:427121
Published: 09.09.2022.
Language: English
Level: College/University
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Presidential inaugurations are one of the most important and resonant formal state ceremonies in America. George Washington was the first president of the United States and the first to deliver an inaugural speech. At the times there was no formal requirement to give an inaugural address, yet Washington felt obliged to do so. Presidents follow Washington's lead and address the nation before commencing the execution of duties. Inaugural speech is an address to the nation by the new leader with an intro into the plans he is going to realize. Inaugural speeches of American presidents are widely discussed in media and analyzed in literature. …

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