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"I have a Dream" by Martin Luther King Jr.

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"I have a Dream" by Martin Luther King Jr.

 "I have a dream" by Martin Luther King Jr."
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II. 2-3: he makes clear that he demonstrates for freedom.
II. 4-13: Martin Lu

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I. Die Rede von Martin Luther King Jr. in Sinnabschnitte eingeteilt. II. Eine grobe Analyse der rhetorischen Mittel.

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"I have a dream" by Martin Luther King Jr." number I Englisch II. 2-3: he makes clear that he demonstrates for freedom. II. 4-13: Martin Luther King Jr. mentions the hope of black people that has already been promised the last years but has not been realized yet. II. 14-21: he refers to the declaration of independence and points out that the blacks are still discriminated and segregated at present time. II. 22-29: he informs about what has to be done and what has to be avoided to change something. II. 30-50: Martin Luther King Jr. really wants to change life for those who aren't really accepted and makes sure everybody feels addressed. II. 51-75: he emphasizes that hope and faith are very important to achieve the aim of equality for everybody and to be united. number 2 Anophora: "one year later" (II. | Iff.) = emphasizes the enormous length of time that has passed without a sign of change. "now is the time to" (11.43-48) = urgency "I have a dream" (1.73,76,87) = provides structure to the speech, highlights the most important aspects and emphasizes his emotions and makes it seem more sincere/personal. metaphor: "seared in the flames of withering injustice" (1.8f.) = underlines the heat, pain and suffering. "joyous daybreak to end the long night of captivity" (1.9f.) =...

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daybreak emphasizes the joy of a new day, meanwhile the darkness of the night is perceived as something malign. "manacles of segregation" & "chains of discrimination (II. 14f.) = feeling of capture/lostness in divide. "exile in his own land" (I. 18f.) = example for the way people felt foreign in their country. "we refuse to believe that the bank of justice is bankrupt" (1.34f.) = there is still hope for justice, peace. "we've come to cash this check" (1.37) = they have come to claim their rights and freedom. "riches of freedom" (1.38) = freedom has the biggest worth "table of brotherhood" (1.78f.) = illustrates his wish for a united population, depicts intimacy and simplicity of his vision. "heat of injustice heat of oppression.oasis of freedom" (1.81-83) = contrast between reality and his dream, oasis = paradise utopian future. Pronouns: "we" (1.21) & "they" (24) = inclusive pronouns make the audience feel adressed. Unity: "all of god's children" (1.49) & "brothers" (157) = no exceptions, he adresses everyone. Rhetorical question: "when will you be satisfied?" (1.67) = underlines his motivation and his goal to end police brutalitų. Legende zu nummer 2 Anaphora = Metaphor - .unity -- Pronouns 02.09.2021 * connotated words rhetorical question

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II. 2-3: he makes clear that he demonstrates for freedom.
II. 4-13: Martin Lu

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So ein schöner Lernzettel 😍😍 super nützlich und hilfreich!

I. Die Rede von Martin Luther King Jr. in Sinnabschnitte eingeteilt. II. Eine grobe Analyse der rhetorischen Mittel.

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"I have a dream" by Martin Luther King Jr." number I Englisch II. 2-3: he makes clear that he demonstrates for freedom. II. 4-13: Martin Luther King Jr. mentions the hope of black people that has already been promised the last years but has not been realized yet. II. 14-21: he refers to the declaration of independence and points out that the blacks are still discriminated and segregated at present time. II. 22-29: he informs about what has to be done and what has to be avoided to change something. II. 30-50: Martin Luther King Jr. really wants to change life for those who aren't really accepted and makes sure everybody feels addressed. II. 51-75: he emphasizes that hope and faith are very important to achieve the aim of equality for everybody and to be united. number 2 Anophora: "one year later" (II. | Iff.) = emphasizes the enormous length of time that has passed without a sign of change. "now is the time to" (11.43-48) = urgency "I have a dream" (1.73,76,87) = provides structure to the speech, highlights the most important aspects and emphasizes his emotions and makes it seem more sincere/personal. metaphor: "seared in the flames of withering injustice" (1.8f.) = underlines the heat, pain and suffering. "joyous daybreak to end the long night of captivity" (1.9f.) =...

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daybreak emphasizes the joy of a new day, meanwhile the darkness of the night is perceived as something malign. "manacles of segregation" & "chains of discrimination (II. 14f.) = feeling of capture/lostness in divide. "exile in his own land" (I. 18f.) = example for the way people felt foreign in their country. "we refuse to believe that the bank of justice is bankrupt" (1.34f.) = there is still hope for justice, peace. "we've come to cash this check" (1.37) = they have come to claim their rights and freedom. "riches of freedom" (1.38) = freedom has the biggest worth "table of brotherhood" (1.78f.) = illustrates his wish for a united population, depicts intimacy and simplicity of his vision. "heat of injustice heat of oppression.oasis of freedom" (1.81-83) = contrast between reality and his dream, oasis = paradise utopian future. Pronouns: "we" (1.21) & "they" (24) = inclusive pronouns make the audience feel adressed. Unity: "all of god's children" (1.49) & "brothers" (157) = no exceptions, he adresses everyone. Rhetorical question: "when will you be satisfied?" (1.67) = underlines his motivation and his goal to end police brutalitų. Legende zu nummer 2 Anaphora = Metaphor - .unity -- Pronouns 02.09.2021 * connotated words rhetorical question