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A Comparison of "a Description of New England" and "of Plymouth Plantation"

Summary: Provides a comparison of the texts "A Description of New England" by John Smith and "Of Plymouth Plantation" by Bradford. Examines each author's use of tone, persuasion skills, and personal bias.
So if one were looking for an assignment to torture innocent English lovin' losers, comparing John Smith's, "A Description of New England" to Bradford's, "Of Plymouth Plantation" would be on the "Top 2" list, being runner up against analyzing the poem "Lobsters." The comparison of these two pieces impels questions such as, "But why"" or "What for"" John Smith's piece was a bias, closed minded rant while the other piece by Bradford was calm, simple, and informative.

Smith's tone, persuasion skills, and his bias ways in his piece made it a tedious one to read. In his writing, copious amounts of moral questions were asked, that any egoistical maniac would answer in a good, honest, wholesome way. Being only one true-blue answer, if answered incorrectly, one would be damned, dubbed unsuitable to society and labeled...

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