Analysis Of Letter To Her Son By Abigail Adams

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Throughout the letter, the author Abigail Adams writes to her son John Quincy Adams, who is traveling abroad with his father, John Adams, a U.S diplomat and country 's second president. This is all occurring between 1744-1818. Abigail inserts emotion throughout the letter, allusion, and flattery to persuade her son to become president. In addition, she strongly thinks her son is capable to become president and emphasizes how beneficial it would be for the country if he becomes president. Adams explains ways to emphasize the importance of becoming president. Identifying Adams statement "to owe your existence among a people who have made a glorious defense of their invaded liberties", her statement identifies that the people would support her
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