I Have A Dream Rhetorical Analysis

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In Martin Luther King’s speech, “I Have a Dream,” he appends hopeful and jubilant language to construct the effectiveness and persuasiveness in his speech. King speaks with a hopeful tone to persuade his audience to believe that his dream is feasible to become a reality. He brings hope to the people by emphasizing the goals of his dream and describes the hardships people have to endeavor to achieve it. Belaboring the aspirations of his dream to achieve racial equality, even “in spite of the difficulties and frustrations,” King sparks a sense of aspiration in his audience to obtain contentment. To establish effectiveness to his speech, King incorporates a jubilant tone to coax his audience that there is hope for a better future. Maintaining
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