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Thomas Jefferson DoI

pusillanimous weak; cowardly
censure N: harsh criticism V: to criticize harshly
What persuasive device does Jefferson use? parallelism
What is parallelism? expressing ideas in the same grammaztical form
What is the genre of Thomas Jefferson's writing? essay (document)
What are the three parts of this essay? 1) Introduction 2)Body 3) conclusion
Why do all of the grievences start with he and not they? The people are upset with King George III, not the British people
What are some examples of grievences? "He refused to pass other laws" "He has dissolved" "He has refused"
Created by: erinwoods