3 speeches that have made an impact on the history are “I have a dream” By Martin Luther King Jn, The speech made on the final day of Emma Goldman’s Trial Spoken by Emma Goldman, and “government of the people, for the people, by the people”
Through out these 3 speeches the themes that are mainly spoken within each speech are Freedom and Equality, other themes spoken about are commemoration, patriotism.
Ways that the speakers were able to justify there themes were through techniques, such as Metaphor, intertextuality, cumulative listing, and repetition.
The art of the rhetoric is defined as the art of using language so as to persuade or influence others: the body of rules to be observed by a speaker or writer in order to achieve effective or eloquent expression.
‘I have a dream’. Those 4 words were the base behind a great speech written and spoken by martin Luther king Jn on the 28th august 1963. Still to this day those 4 words are known and taught to all.
In the 1950’s and 1960’s the civil rights movement was happening and martin Luther King Jn is classed to be the most influential figure of the time all due to “I have a dream”
Other than “I have a dream” King used an array of methods to arrive at a peaceful solution. Some the of the things king done are housing rights, Montgomery bus boycott, and peaceful marches.
The speech was so affective due to it rather then being delivered a political message dealing with issues that only affect America, but he delivered a universal message of change. While he delivered his speech he attempted to inspire change was possible, also he wanted to create an awareness of the plight of black people and through this information persuade people to take action, and to promote non violence as a way of resolving problems.
Kings speech touches several important themes of the time the speech was made, such as freedom, equality.
Freedom was big part at time with the African Americans, all they...