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Identify Atwood's context
Well educated writer, originating from Canada. Was writing in third wave feminism which was looking more at how women are presented and accepted in society than specific rights
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What are the main themes and issue confronted by Sadat?
War, Justice, Religion and power
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How does Sadat talk about peace?
Although Sadat's wants peace, the purpose in in finding this 'peace based on justice' is not entirely concilatory and submissive to Israel
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What political features are acknowledged by Sadat?
Reconciliation is a major factor in Sadat's speech, in acknowledging the past in order to move onto the future. Sadat achieves this through inclusivee language to address the audience and confer a blessing on them.
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Outline techniques used by Sadat and corresponding
Inclusive language " We all, Muslims, Christians, and Jews" Conciliatory language
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What are the main themes and issue confronted by Sadat?

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War, Justice, Religion and power

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How does Sadat talk about peace?

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What political features are acknowledged by Sadat?

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Outline techniques used by Sadat and corresponding

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