Dr. Martin Luther King “I Have A Dream" Analysis

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Dr. Martin Luther King “I Have A Dream" Analysis Dr. Martin Luther King speech “I Have a Dream" was very famous and have big influence to the World. It made a huge impact to American Literature. Also, to every nation had deeply remembered that famous speech by Martin Luther King. I think everyone has a dream, but not everyone’s dream will carry out. Yet, Dr. Martin Luther King was given a great speech it made an explanation and definition for his Dream, it had bring a great hope to American even the entire world. In his speech Martin Luther King was uses a textual reference to the “Declaration of Independence.” Martin Luther King used different parts of the English language to improve the meaning of his speech and bring to the details. He was used the different rhetorical, allusions to historic documents, and suggest seemed to have brought about the emotions that Martin Luther 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. Throughout Martin Luther King the “I Have a Dream speech” the important message in his speech is that all people are became equal and, although not the case in America at the time, Martin Luther King felt it must be the case for the future. Martin Luther King speech was very passionately and powerfully. Also, there are a number of points given that support the idea to the independence as it is stated in The Declaration of Independence. The problem to the independence in that time may not be acquired. Dr. King repeats words and sentence. This is a very outstanding feature in this speech called repetition. It belongs to the stylistic device of syntactic over-regularity. The term repetition is restricted to mean the case of exact copying of a certain previous unit in a text such as a
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