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I have a dream analyse

I have a dream analyse

 I have a dream.
The speech "I have a dream", was given by Martin Luther King on 28 th August 1963 during
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I have a dream. The speech "I have a dream", was given by Martin Luther King on 28 th August 1963 during the civil rights movement. It addresses especially the black people who suffered from racism but also whole America tho spread his message. In general, it deals with MLKs vision of freedom and equality for everyone regardless their skin color. MLK firstly greets his audience and claims that this demonstration will go down i history. He is talking about his vision that all black people need to stand up against racism and should live in brotherhood with the white population. Furthermore, he talks about African-Americans problems in their society; people don't have the right to vote or the right to attend public services such like going to the cinema or giving their seit in a bus for a white person. Additionally, the author mentions his dreams for the future; America should live out the true meaning of the Declaration of Independence as a nation of freedom and justice. According to King, everybody should hold together an be judged by their character and not their skin color. MLK refers to a song about freedom and equality before he lastly makes a connection to God and that everybody regardless their skin color is his...

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child In the following, Martin Luther King's speech is analysed by referring to the line of argument and the use of stylistic devices. At first glance it seems as if MLK depicts the topic racism in a really serious and emotional by using plenty of metaphors and anaphoras, arranging his line of argument in a chronological order. Firstly MLK makes clear how important his speech or this demonstration is because he uses the superlative "greatest demonstration for freedom in the history of our nation" (ll. 1-2). He is definitely aware of his speech's power and that it encourages people. To symbolise their massive problems, he uses "dark and desolate valley of segregation” (l.4) as a metaphor. Their current situation is completely lost and and its deepest and worst point. Another metaphor that has the same effect is "quicksands of racial injustice” (L5) that shows that America is “sinking” or that ·black people are sinking in their inequality and don't have a chance to get out again. Furthermore, King refers to the missing understandment by plenty of white people by using the rethorical question "when will you be satisfied?" (ll7-8). He answers his own question with the anaphora “we can never be satisfied" (18) to make this line mesmerizing. The intention is that people don't forget what black people are missing and that they will never stop fighting for their rights until they'll achieve them. Another anaphora that has the intention to show Kings will and passion to act is “I have a dream” (l.16). By constantly repeating this sentence, he makes clear that he is willing to fight for black peoples rights. Additionally, the author utilizes Georgia (118) and the sate of Mississippi (120) as a reference to the southern states, which have the biggest problems which slavery and racism. To make his speech more personal and reach his audience, Martin Luther King uses personal experiences or personal elements with his dream for his kids (ll23-24). People will feel comforted and empowered when they know thez aren't alone. Seeing their political idol or leading figure having the same struggles than them, gives of an authentic and trustworthy feeling. To go on, the author talks about his dream supported by another metaphor " mountains shall be made low" (126). His dream is to get over obstacles, so the "mountains" and find a path to equality. Lastly King uses an enumeration to show that all people regardless their skin color or religion deserve to be God's child and to to have liberty. black men and white men, Jews and Gentiles, Protestants and Catholícs" also has the intented effect that people will understand that black people dont hate against white humans, thez just want to be on an equal status with them. All in all zou can say, that Martin Luther King used a strong and emotional language to get the audience atttention. He states clearly that we is willing to change something and fight for African-American rights and equality.

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I have a dream. The speech "I have a dream", was given by Martin Luther King on 28 th August 1963 during the civil rights movement. It addresses especially the black people who suffered from racism but also whole America tho spread his message. In general, it deals with MLKs vision of freedom and equality for everyone regardless their skin color. MLK firstly greets his audience and claims that this demonstration will go down i history. He is talking about his vision that all black people need to stand up against racism and should live in brotherhood with the white population. Furthermore, he talks about African-Americans problems in their society; people don't have the right to vote or the right to attend public services such like going to the cinema or giving their seit in a bus for a white person. Additionally, the author mentions his dreams for the future; America should live out the true meaning of the Declaration of Independence as a nation of freedom and justice. According to King, everybody should hold together an be judged by their character and not their skin color. MLK refers to a song about freedom and equality before he lastly makes a connection to God and that everybody regardless their skin color is his...

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child In the following, Martin Luther King's speech is analysed by referring to the line of argument and the use of stylistic devices. At first glance it seems as if MLK depicts the topic racism in a really serious and emotional by using plenty of metaphors and anaphoras, arranging his line of argument in a chronological order. Firstly MLK makes clear how important his speech or this demonstration is because he uses the superlative "greatest demonstration for freedom in the history of our nation" (ll. 1-2). He is definitely aware of his speech's power and that it encourages people. To symbolise their massive problems, he uses "dark and desolate valley of segregation” (l.4) as a metaphor. Their current situation is completely lost and and its deepest and worst point. Another metaphor that has the same effect is "quicksands of racial injustice” (L5) that shows that America is “sinking” or that ·black people are sinking in their inequality and don't have a chance to get out again. Furthermore, King refers to the missing understandment by plenty of white people by using the rethorical question "when will you be satisfied?" (ll7-8). He answers his own question with the anaphora “we can never be satisfied" (18) to make this line mesmerizing. The intention is that people don't forget what black people are missing and that they will never stop fighting for their rights until they'll achieve them. Another anaphora that has the intention to show Kings will and passion to act is “I have a dream” (l.16). By constantly repeating this sentence, he makes clear that he is willing to fight for black peoples rights. Additionally, the author utilizes Georgia (118) and the sate of Mississippi (120) as a reference to the southern states, which have the biggest problems which slavery and racism. To make his speech more personal and reach his audience, Martin Luther King uses personal experiences or personal elements with his dream for his kids (ll23-24). People will feel comforted and empowered when they know thez aren't alone. Seeing their political idol or leading figure having the same struggles than them, gives of an authentic and trustworthy feeling. To go on, the author talks about his dream supported by another metaphor " mountains shall be made low" (126). His dream is to get over obstacles, so the "mountains" and find a path to equality. Lastly King uses an enumeration to show that all people regardless their skin color or religion deserve to be God's child and to to have liberty. black men and white men, Jews and Gentiles, Protestants and Catholícs" also has the intented effect that people will understand that black people dont hate against white humans, thez just want to be on an equal status with them. All in all zou can say, that Martin Luther King used a strong and emotional language to get the audience atttention. He states clearly that we is willing to change something and fight for African-American rights and equality.