Unformatted text preview: readers may not be parents yet, Thomas Paine uses another way to get to the readers emotions. He begins to call the reader out, “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.” By calling out the men who don’t want to go to war by calling them cowards and their kids will think of them poorly. He also states that the littlest of help could make a huge difference because if everyone does that it could make a huge difference. “The American Crisis” creates a sense of dignity and hope inside the colonists by Thomas Paine’s use of emotional diction and tone of command....
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- Spring '15
- Thomas Paine, The American Crisis, Thomas Paine’s use