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  • King's Words
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    There he stands atop the stairs of the Lincoln Memorial, in the nations' capital, at a podium, speaking to the world. The crowds faces full of hope. Ears opened wide and clear, for the Dr. is speaking today. He is speaking from the heart and telling the nation that he has a "DREAM". Dr. King had a dream and as most people think that it is geared towards blacks and whites, it's not. Dr. King wanted equality between everybody. He wanted freedom from racism and prejudice throughout the nation. He w...
  • King's Associations With Socrates
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    Meghan Conley English 201 G 2 Essay 4 (MLK) 2 April 2001 From the Apostle Paul to Martin Buber: Martin Luther King's use of Historical and Religious Figures in his Letter From Birmingham Jail In his Letter From Birmingham Jail, Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. is addressing his fellow clergymen in response to their accusations of his "unwise and untimely" activities. Like most other reformers, he finds his greatest rationalization and defense from the word of God. Considering the religious affiliation...
  • Kings Use Of Language
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    In this paper, Im going to take a formalist approach to look at language, tone and structure of Suffer the Little Children by Stephen King. This story is not just about a particular teacher or a particular student; it is more about a disturbed lady's state of mind, and my work will give emphasis to the characterization the author uses through the text. The first thing I would like to talk about is Kings use of language in this story. He begins by describing Miss Sidley as a small, constantly suf...
  • Most Influential Speeches
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    On August 28, 1963, on the steps of the Lincoln Memorial in Washington D.C., Martin Luther King Jr. gave one of the most influential speeches of all time. 250,000 people came together in Washington D.C. to support the pending civil rights legislation, and witness King's soon to be famous address. Martin Luther King's "I Have A Dream" is filled with incredibly powerful and thought provoking words. He stresses the urgency that his people stand up immediately for their rights because, "Now is the t...
  • King's Letter From Birmingham Jail
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    Martin Luther King's Letter from Birmingham Jail has powerful and complicated rhetorical appeal. The letter addresses the concerns and complaints of the white clergy of the South who question both King's tactics and message during a protest march in Birmingham. However, on a deeper level the letter speaks to the public in general especially the white moderates in the South who have political influence. King uses a mixture of rhetorical appeal. He establishes his credibility and uses personal exa...
  • Great A King As Ozymandias
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    Ozymandias - by P. B Shelley "Ozymandias" is an unusual Petrarchan sonnet filled with caesuras and run-on lines, by which one is not aware of the rhyming scheme. It builds a crescendo up to the 9th verse. He creates his effects through the use of synonyms and the last words of every verse in a way sum up the story. It is a descriptive poem which is set in the background of "an antique land" and is told to us by the words of a traveler. It is a story with a moral: never be too proud or arrogant b...

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