What rhetorical device is evident in the following passage from Thomas Paine’s “The Crisis, No.1”? I once felt all that kind of anger, which a

What rhetorical device is
evident in the following
passage from Thomas Paine’s
“The Crisis, No.1”?
I once felt all that kind of
anger, which a man ought to
feel, against the mean
principles that are held by the
Tories:
A. emotional appeal
B. repetition
C. allusion
D. logical appeal

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