Letter To The Journey Of Lord Chesterfield

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In his letter to his travelling, Lord Chesterfield makes it very clear, as to what his expectations of his son are. Through the extensive use of a passive agressive tone and rhetorical questions, Chesterfield conveys his values of education, hard work, honor, and integrity. Throughout the letter, Lord Chesterfield uses a very exagerated verbiage in order to try and get his son to step back into line. In line 25 to 30, after stating that he is merely offering advice, he reminds his son that he is completely dependant upon him, and that he is entirely responsible for everything that his son is worth, including the education and opportunities that he has privided for him. This reminder shows the reader that he is very concerned about his son,

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