Benjamin Franklin's Tone On 2 passages

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English

 

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January 2, 2013

 

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The foremost section of the passage contains the story of Adam and Eve, as told by the minister. Within this scanty first section Franklin expresses a sparse, neutral tone, not quoting the minister even once. Rather, Franklin simply gives an indecently short recap of Christianity, ending with a frivolous "&c...
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Rather, Franklin simply gives an indecently short recap of Christianity, ending with a frivolous "&c." and moving on to what, through his use of tone, he has subliminally communicated to be the significant fraction of the passage. From the very beginning of the latter half to the end, Franklin expresses a tone that exhibits a great concern for what the Indian orator has to say...
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