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Fuad Asfura Maria Isabel Futch Alessia Bonilla Aeden O´Connor. John Adams. Terms defined. 1. Glorious Effects 2. Foreign States 3. Measures for the Reduction 4. Jarring Views 5. Pestilence 6. Epocha . Rhetorical Devices.

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fuad asfura maria isabel futch alessia bonilla aeden o connor
Fuad Asfura

Maria Isabel Futch

Alessia Bonilla

AedenO´Connor

John Adams

terms defined
Termsdefined
  • 1. Glorious Effects

2. Foreign States3. Measures for the Reduction4. Jarring Views5. Pestilence

6. Epocha

rhetorical devices
RhetoricalDevices
  • “I mean the prevalence of the small Pox among our troops…this fatal pestilence completed our destruction” (J. Adams 685).
  • We believe that in this part of the letter the rhetorical device of Red Herring is used because John Adams starts his letter speaking about the declaration of independence and finishes it with the same topic. The red herring device was used because John deviated from his main idea when he was talking about the wars in Canada.
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Rhetoricaldevices
  • “Yet through all the gloom I can see the Rays of ravishing light and glory” (J. Adams 686).
  • The rhetorical device of persuasion is commonly used in these letters. John Adams is using this device to emphasize his thoughts about the declaration of independence because these where hard times during the American Revolution.
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John Adams to Abigail
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    • Abigail Adams
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