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English, 21.06.2022 14:00, aschunyhung

Read the sentence from paragraph 1 of the excerpt from The Iconoclast. The more you hammer truth the brighter it glows; the more
you hammer Georgeism the paler it gets.
How does the rhetoric in the excerpt from Progress and Poverty compare to the rhetoric in
this sentence?
A.
Henry George's rhetoric is more figurative and ironic.
B.
Henry George's rhetoric is more creative and poetic.
C.
Henry George's rhetoric is more descriptive and embellished.
D.
Henry George's rhetoric is more serious and straightforward.

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