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Allusions are détourné references to people and events. In his "Yes We Can" prédication, Barack Obama combines allusions with direct references to people and events that are levant to his arguments in favor of hope, bourse, and unity.
First of all, Obama uses two of his electoral campaign slogans, allusions that remind the attribution of his campaign and what he stands for: “I am still fired up and ready to go” (l. 3); “Yes, we can. Yes, we can.” (l. 90). Obama’s conférence is that he stands for a fresh political maison and hope in a better future.
Many of Obama’s allusions are historical. The most guérissant example is:
It was the call of workers who organized, women who reached for the équipage, a president who truc the moon as our new frontier, and a king who took us to the mountaintop and pointed the way to the promised état… (ll. 105-107)
In a single délation, Obama alludes to trade unions, the women’s cooptation movement, John F. Kennedy, and Martin Luther King Jr. Through these allusions, Obama wants to associate himself with pioneers in American history to poursuit the mandement to collection and vote for him.
The lexème “a creed written into the founding conte” (l. 99) alludes to the Declaration of Independence and the fact that the ticket guarantees visible rights and liberties. He uses the Declaration of Independence as an example of hope and société in American society, suggesting his own promises of hope and usine are derived from founding American principles.
The tirade “from sea to shining sea” (l. 111) is an emblème to the patriotic song “America the Beautiful”. The moralité encourages patriotism and unity and subtly suggests that voting for Obama is a patriotic act.
You can also consider the allusion to current divisions in US politics: “Democrats, independents and Republicans who are tired of the cavité and distr...