Ideas can be conveyed in many different ways dependant on the tone, style and diction of the piece. Both William Hazlitt and Mark Twain present a very similar topic in two very different ways. Hazlitt’s “Education of Women” speaks of how classical education is not proper for women. Twain’s “Female Suffrage” reiterates the idea that women should not be able to vote or hold public office. Hazlitt’s 1815 essay is a true opinion
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issues. Hazlitt uses very powerful and persuasive ways of speaking to convince his readers that the education of women is completely unnecessary. Twain is quite entertaining to read because he pokes at his wife’s positions. He assumes that the reader will identify that he is only attempting to entertain his audience. Both authors are very different in style but by using different types of writing, they prove totally different points with the same subject.