It Matters Not Where You Live Thomas Paine Analysis

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It was common sense, a paper that had his argument’s for independence.Thomas Paine wrote the crisis to support his arguments for independence. Thomas Paine’s purpose was to pursue the audience with his arguments. Yes he had a solid foundation because he had hard facts to support his arguments and could back them up. Thomas Paine had solid arguments and could win every battle with them. To begin his text structure was strong. The crisis is a persuasive paper because you can relate and understand the points he's trying to make. In this sentence “It matters not where you live, or what rank of life you hold, the evil of the blessing will reach you all” shows he's making a point and trying to reach his audience. He's trying to persuade us to revolt…show more content…
His tone was tender persuasion he wanted you to take his side. the audience is supposed to follow paines side and he wants you to hate the other side and if you don't take his side he wants you to feel dumb and not know what your talking about. Thomas Paine tender persuasion made everybody want to take his side. Last, Thomas Paine used imagery in the crisis to show you what he was saying and help you see how he did it. Some images he used where “the heart that feels not now, is dead: the blood of his children will curse his cowardice, who shrinks back at a time when a little might have saved the whole, and make them happy” it gives you a distinction of death and your thoughts of feeling dejection. Another one would be “Flame of liberty” which means people desire for liberty. All they want is there freedom to do what they want. They want liberty in this world. Paines imagery shows what he was doing to make his points. In addition my conclusion is that as i analysed the crisis it made it a whole lot easier to understand it it
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