Rhetorical Analysis I Have A Dream Speech
Rhetorical Analysis I Have A Dream Speech
On August 28th, 1963, Martin Luther King Jr. gave out a speech to the people that was called I Have A Dream. King’s speech was one to remember during the Civil Rights Movement.
The speech has gone down as one of the most significant in history and is a great example for many other orators and politicians today. King’s speech is still recognized as a form of change to this day. One of his great skills was the ability to create a great bond with his audience. He had a dream to change the way the world looks at each other, he started off his speech with I am happy to join with you today, thus is Kings way of greeting his audience and beginning to make a connection. King balances the rhetorical appeals by showing his knowledge in his emotion, his timing towards wanting a change for our nation, and his logic of how life could be better.
Martin Luther King Jr. was a man of his word, you would never see him say he was going to do something and not follow through. King changed the way that the world looks at each other today, thanks to him racism has been downgraded majorly. The video of his speech starts off with a song that repeats the words We shall overcome (Martin Luther King Jr.). This video starting off with this song already put a thought of emotion for hope and belief in your mind. King wanted to make a change that Abraham Lincoln tried to change when he was president. He makes a connection with the nation by understanding their lives that he has heard, and making sure that he tries his best to follow through with all demands that his people request of him. All of this has an emotion that hits to home for certain types of races. Martin Luther King Jr. was a man of kind words and faith, never looked down on people that have looked down on him.
Kings timing throughout the whole speech is one that most people would call perfect. He states in his speech 5 score years ago a great American in whose symbolic shadow we stand today signed the emancipation proclamation (Martin Luther King Jr). Giving his speech exactly 5 years after the legend Abraham Lincoln gave his speech to try and stop slavery shows you that it takes time for change, but change will happen with hope and time. King saw that he needed to make a change for his nation, during this time he saw that people needed to change the way their mind sets where. He says The negro still is not free, one hundred years later life of the negro is still sadly This shows some emotion of sadness, but it also shows you how during that time how people felt just because they were discriminated by others with hatred. During this time there was a lot of depression that broke souls and family’s around the world.
Martin Luther King Jr. logic about the Civil Rights Movement is a way that many people have thought of before, but never took it a upon themselves to make a change. King talks in his speech about slavery he states Black men as well as white men would be guaranteed the unalienable rights of life liberty and the pursuit of hippieness. It is obvious that today has defaulted on this promissory note insofar as her citizens (Martin Luther King Jr.). In this part of his speech he is stating that we were promised to be treated fair and equal as one, and that still years later we as the people have to fight to be treated the same as others, and we have to fight to be treated as equal.
Martin Luther King Jr. was a man of his word when it came to making the people around him happy. He finished off creating a change that Abraham Lincoln tried to do many years ago. He showed people that it’s okay to feel for another race, and that you can get things done with a little bit of time and effort, and lastly that no matter what Martin Luther King Jr. will stay known for what he has finished and started for the world and many people down the line of history will always remember the man the truly finished and ended slavery for everyone. The I Have A Dream speech was one of his speeches that made a memory on the earth and will be cherished for a life time.
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