A great deal of effort is needed. Effort would be needed to simply keep focus much less write every word and memorize their meanings. Malcolm X put forth great effort and was fruitful in his endeavor. Knowing me, I would have gotten bored after a few days and would have given up because exerting so much energy into something take time, motivation, and effort. All of which Malcolm had and he took advantage of it.
The "I Have a Dream" speech by Martin Luther King Jr. is one of the most influential speeches ever. Martin Luther used different parts of the English language to enhance the meaning of his speech and bring out the details. The different rhetorical devices, allusions to historic documents, and metaphors seemed to have brought about the emotions that King was trying to arouse in his listeners. This helped him influence his listeners towards wanting equality for all and changing what was happening in the present so they didn't repeat things in the past The very title of his speech was probably taken from his use of anaphora which was present throughout his speech. "I have a dream that one day the nation will rise up and live out the true meaning of its creedÃ¢â‚¬Â¦ that all men are created equal."
Obama enhances the technique of listing by acknowledging the patriotism of his immediate audience. When he says “we are and always will be”, it’s the first glimpse of Obama using personal pronouns. The result is further union. Obama uses an extremely powerful image with his final “it’s the answer” paragraph. He says “put their hands on the arc of history and bend it” in reference to his audience.
In Prison Studies by Malcolm X he shows how rearding it is to be able to read and comprehend literature. Malcolm X was more free reading in prison then he had ever been. Prison Studies show how drive and determination can push a person to excel on completing a task. In this story Malcolm X showed the drive and determination to become a scholar all because he wanted to take control of a conversion like his cellmate Bimbi. “It had really begun back in the Charlestown Prison, when Bimbi first made me feel envy of his stock of knowledge” (21).
Being the flamboyant and expressive person that he was he decided that prison could not keep him from spreading his message. He wrote letters to the people he knew and that he wanted
Danny Brown's XXX was a concept album about desperation; "If this shit don't work, nigga, I failed at life!" he wailed on the opening song. Old is a concept album about existential confusion. Danny Brown has not failed at life—he's independently successful, with a fervent fan base both inside and out of rap. Now he's got to sort out how to best continue living.
America’s oppressed can still be stirred to action with the words: “These are the times that try men’s souls” (Paine 637). A soulful person can no longer allow themselves to be subjugated by injustice and evil. A national emergency should not be the only time the people of America feel a stirring of patriotism. Unity should help us through times of threat to our homeland and in discovering ways to ease the hardships of our disadvantaged. America has no room for the “summer soldier and the sunshine patriot” (637).
I feel as if I'm always dragging my wayward brain back to the text. The deep reading that used to come naturally has become a struggle." He says this change is because of all the time he spends online. As a writer, he finds the Web a valuable tool, but he thinks it's having a bad effect on his concentration.
Without a doubt, repetition and emotional imagery (such as personification) are definitely quite powerful devices.. especially because they help Dr. King illustrate his themes of unity / collaboration and immediate action against desegregation, in his famous “I Have a Dream” speech. To begin, let's examine what King's "I Have a Dream" speech was all about. Although King's speech focused on several different topics and had multiple themes, two themes paramount to his speech were the necessity of unity & community and immediate action against segregation. To illustrate his idea that immediate action must be taken against segregation, Dr. King frequently applies repetition and emotional imagery / description. Dr. King initially begins the speech by describing the state of the negro citizen to be in an "exile in his own land" and to be "languished in the corner's of American society."
I remember when I first began to study law I thought it was entirely too much work but the more I read, the more I learned, and the more I appreciated each piece of information-filled paper. Law has taught me that no one is perfect but just because you are not perfect does not mean that you should not strive for perfection. The law is full of mistakes but it is always