Patrick Henry Rhetorical Analysis

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Many opinions form with how an informant teaches and projects him or herself to the crowd or person he or she is trying to inform; this can range from tone and diction of the informer. Jonathan Edwards and Patrick Henry, prominent people of the eighteenth century, knows this and uses it to their advantage for a similar purpose, to persuade their audiences. Jonathan Edwards uses his influence through the great awakening to convince those fearful of eternal damnation to join his church so that they shall be saved through the use of pathos, appealing to the crowd 's emotions. Meanwhile, Patrick Henry uses his influence with the politicians of the Virginia Convention to convince the convention goers to agree to the fact that the Colony of Great
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