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the next gale will bring to our ears the clash of resounding arms. The 1765 Stamp Act was both a means of raising revenue and one of asserting authority over the colonies. Metonomy and synecdoche are special types of metaphors. (sentences 26 and 27).
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These are the implements of war; the last arguments to which kings resort. The General Assembly elected him as governor again that year, but he declined, citing age and health. He challenges his audience with the fact that they are already enslaved and implies that they must themselves remove the Gospel of Judas: A Concrete Attack from the Bible the chains. Road to Revolution Heritage Trail Consortium. Why does Henry begin the second sentence with but? Retrieved November 16, 2017. If there had been social media in 1775 would this speech have been interpreted differently?
In addition, Henry is hoping to imply that since he is also a member of the Convention that they will give him and his ideas the same respect. Find an example of metonomy and synecdoche in this paragraph and identify what each represents. Graham Walker announced his resignation as President of Patrick Henry College on October 15, 2014.