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In "Speech to the Virginia Convention" there is a motif of:
a. Storm imagery
b. Light imagery
c. Snow imagery
d. Storm & Light imagery
e. Storm & Snow imagery

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    To which speech are you referring?

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    It's from Patrick Henrey's speech to the American Colonists in Virginia during the American Revolutionary War Era.

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    Henry*

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    Look at the beginning of the third paragraph.

    http://www.history.org/almanack/life/politics/giveme.cfm

    What do you think?

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    d.

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    I didn't see any reference to a storm -- but maybe I missed it.

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    So I'm wrong?

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    You must be wrong if you can't find a reference to storms.

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    I'm sure it's d.

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    What are the words that show storm imagery?

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    It does. The storm is referring to the "British, and their "Naval Fleet".

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