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In the writings A Description of New England by John Smith and Of Plymouth Plantation by William Bradford the tone of these two selections vary noticeably Both authors use certain tones to attract and persuade certain audiences John Smith wrote of what a wonderful place the New World was while on the other hand Bradford wrote about the difficulties and realities of the New World Author John Smith a pilgrim who arrived in the Americas writes a description of the new land In A Description of New England he shows what a wonderful world of vast food and pleasure await William Bradford another pilgrim who arrived in Plymouth on the coast of Massachusetts gives his take on the early settling of the new land In Of Plymouth Plantation he writes a description of what really happened their how the pilgrims actually lived In A Description of New England Smith starts by describing the pleasure and content that risking your life for getting your own piece of land brings to men He also implies that building your own house planting your own crops and having a Gods blessing industry would be easy to have without having any prejudice He talks about the joy of erecting towns and then populating them John Smith rarely mentions the Native Americans but when he does he says that they are good people and that they helped them when the arrived Smith also makes references to ways of profiting from daily activities such as hunting and farming This is his way of persuading others to make a voyage to the New World For example John Smith states For hunting afford not only chase sufficient for any delight that in that kind of toil or pleasure but such beasts to hunt that besides the delicacy of their bodies for food and their skins are so rich as may well recompense thy daily labor with a captains pay By persuading others
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