Essay on Book Review 46 pages

1037 Words Nov 29th, 2013 5 Pages
Elliot Loud
Triston Young
46 Pages
1301

Im going to give you my take on the book 46 pages by Scott Liell. This book was first copyrighted in 2003. This book is general consensuses of how Scoot Liell viewed Thomas Paine’s writing of Common Sense and the Turning point to Independence and how they effected the colony’s. He shows us the true meaning of Thomas Paines writings and how valuable they were even after nearly two and a half century’s. This novel is written in a third person person point of view we get a first row seat in the viewing of how Thomas Paines writing of the Common Sense. Liell goes into great detail to show us how substantial Common Sense really was, and how it shaped life into
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They believed that the king would come to their aid but this was far from the truth as Thomas Pane proves. Lille efficiently establishes that the idea of independence spread almost overnight, it did not come easily. He take us back and reveals things that we may not have previously known, he shows us his true colors in valuing Common Sense and its importance. Pane attacked the king saying that he was just as responsible as parliament for the state of the colonies. After Thomas Paine was condemned by the British after the revolution, he became the sole reason for the American Revolution and their thirst for independence. Liell did an outstanding job in reporting most of Paine’s life before and after his fame in America. Never before has as single document had such an impact on people that they took action for something they believed in. Common Sense was and will forever be one of the most valuable writing in all of our history I feel it can easily without hesitation be compared to the Declaration of independence. They are both based on the same subject matter for one goal for the colonies to breach the oppression of the King. Lille says “O! ye that love mankind! Ye that dare oppose not only the tyranny but the tyrant, stand forth! Every spot of the world is overrun with oppression. Freedom hasth been hunted round the globe”(pg 81). He writes of how he is calling for people
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