This eulogy written for Corolie Feagin Davis, was not only written as a means to be closure of her life here on Earth, but to celebrate her crossing over into a much better place.
That place, which she has spoken to me and others about on several occasions, is where she has been laying up her treasures.
This speech given by the Queen is completely emotional and evokes mainly pathos because of the sadness that the audience feels while reading/ listening to this speech.
The speaker is Queen Elizabeth, the audience is anyone watching the televised speech, and the subject is the remembrance of Diana.
One thing is for sure she never had a stranger at her house for dinner.
I can recall several times that I would have friends over to eat with her.
The intent of the Queens’ speech is to pay tribute to late Diana and also thank everyone for the flowers, messages, and respects paid to Diana.
I believe that the speech was rhetorically effective because of the emotion that the speaker conveys.
The accident was known around the world and many newspapers and news programs wrote articles about the late Princess’s death.
The Queen of England and Princess Diana’s brother Lord Spencer spoke about the Princess in a televised speech and her eulogy at the funeral service.