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The Neoclassics

Summary: It was a contrast to the Neoclassic writers of the 1700's and how each writers method was different from one anothers.
It all began with three men who defied a nation under the rule of one of the strongest, gargantuan nations of the time. John Henry, Thomas Paine, and Thomas Jefferson all wrote on patriotism, independence, liberty, justice, and finding identity. Their writings were described as a tyranny, but it gave hope to the commoners of the 13 nations. Each writers compare in giving persuasion in their writings. Henry's, Speech in the Virginia Convention, was about the oppression the British had them under and how they strive for liberty. Thomas Paine's, The Crisis I, was written during war time and his letter to the troops fighting for independence at Valley Forge. Thomas Jefferson's, Declaration of Independence, was after the war and the colonies finally got their independence they have long been in reach for. Although the three neoclassic writers' writings appear different they compare in many ways.

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