Patrick Henry Describing in Literary Terms about the Speech Given at the "The Virginia Convention" by Patrick Henry
In the speech "The Virginia Convention" Patrick Henry set out to convince the Virginia delegates that the war with England is inevitable, the longer they wait the harder to win the war and that the war had already started. The author uses repetition, rhetorical questions, and facts to allow the speech to be more effective, interesting, and strong.
Repetition is one of the stronger designs that Patrick uses to help stress the importance of taking on this battle now rather than waiting and being to late to defend what is theirs. To begin with, Patrick made certain points by repeating the words he spoke as often as possible and using them in his speech as much as possible to emphasize. …
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