William Brafdord Vs. Johm Smith
In the selections "A Description of New England" and Of Plymouth Plantation the tone of both writings vary distinctly. John Smith and William Bradford use these certain tones to attract and persuade certain audiences.
In John Smith's selection, "A Description of New England", he appears to be directing his writing towards certain financial individuals wanting to invest in the new colonies. Smith shows this by continually making reference to ways of profiting from daily activities such as hunting or farming. For example, John Smith states: "For hunting ...afford not only chase sufficient fo…
- William Brafdord Vs. Johm Smith
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