Martin Luther King And Harlem Analysis

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In life there are many problems but the only way it changes, depends on the way you take it. I have a dream speech by Martin Luther King and Harlem by Langston Hughes are two different written pieces. Mr. Luther king fights for the rights of African Americans and that people should live a normal life. Hughes poem is being describe more like what could happen with a dream, and has different perspectives. But at the same time both have a different effect to this problem. But at the same time, they are addressing the same problem and have similarities. Both poems are different and smiler because they are addressing the same issue and have differences because they have different views. King’s Speech and Hudgens’s poem both are Similar because…show more content…
Mr. King speech talks about his main dream is that he wants human right for everyone “ I have a dream that one day this nation will rise up and live out the true meaning of its creed: "We hold these truths to be self-evident: that all men are created equal” (Luther). These part of the speech is talking about how his main goal is that he wants human rights for everyone in the united states. He makes it very clearly. He is also getting allusions from the Bible to make everything sound more clearly. But Hughes Poem is such a different thing also. He talks about a dream that he is describing, but he is not specific about his point. In the poem he describes “ What happens to a dream deferred Does it dry up like a raisin in the sun Or fester like a sore And then run Does it stink like rotten meat” (Hughes 1-5). He explains about what is the out come of a poem or what can happen. But Hughes never really states the purpose clearly, because you must sink in, to real find a massage. But it also can change your perspective because it is not straight. But overall the poems have their connections and things that take them apart from each

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