1. Explain the temper of this transition. The temper of this transition is drab and serious. During the transition Jonathan is in a really serious tone.
2. Using specific illustrations. give one illustration of a metaphor. one illustration of a simile. and one illustration of an allusion that Edwards uses in this transition from the discourse to arouse this peculiar temper. Jonathan Edwards is a preacher seeking to frighten his fold into redemption he compares them to insects swinging over the fires of snake pit and merely god’s clemencies keeps them from firing. The temper is angry and pressing. A metaphor would be the fire of wrath. A simile would be comparing people on the summer convulsing floor. An allusion would be hell. A word that makes the tone clear would be “consider the fearful danger you are in. Last an image would be a spider hanging over furnace by a twine held by a large manus that could drop it any clip.
3. What specific words ( lower limit of three ) does he take to do his tone clear? He uses tonss of words to do his tone clear. He uses a really powerful tone of voice. He uses words like danger. wrath. damned in snake pit. etc. These words make the transition a batch more oculus catching in my sentiment.
4. What images ( images in the listeners’ head ) does Edwards usage in the transition to do his tone clear? What consequence do those images have on set uping the tone of the piece? He uses god?s “rough wind’ to do his tone clear. His tone is besides really serious while he’s speaking about this.
5. In the last two paragraphs of the discourse ( refer to the Investigate page of this lesson ) Edwards’s negotiations about an “extraordinary opportunity” his fold has. What is this chance? How does his discourse persuade the fold to take advantage of this chance? The chance that Edward is speaking about in the last two paragraphs is ‘’Salvation. ’’ He’s stating the people that lone manner non to acquire to hell is through redemption or else they’ll end up in snake pit and that’s non a topographic point they would desire to be.