1) Why does Crèvecoeur include such graphic descriptions towards the end of Letter IX? What should readers make of the narrator’s response in lamenting the “strange order of things” he finds in Charles-Town (334)? And in what ways does Letter IX extend and/or undermine Letter III?2) Before delving into the specific grievances the colonies have against the British, Paine declares, “The cause of America is in a great measure the cause of all mankind. Many circumstances have, and will, arise which are not local, but universal, and through which the principles of all lovers of mankind are affected, and in the event of which their affections are interested” (339). What appeal is Paine making here and who is he addressing with these lines? What other rhetorical strategies does Paine rely on in his pamphlet? Cite specific evidence from the text.3) What is Franklin’s purpose in writing “The Speech of Miss Polly Baker”? Is it a work of satire or an earnest plea for women’s rights? What evidence leads you to that determination?

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