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Lecture on Martin Luther King Jr.

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Department
English
Course
JEI206H1
Professor
Cynthia Messenger
Semester
Fall

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Lecture Martin Luther King JrGreat orator Civil rights movement in the 1960soDialectical construction modes of debate on congruency by its produced by its formality its distraught voice all produce a text that exemplifies the struggle in raceoKings persona and form of writingoInductive or deductive thinker Imposing forces to use civil structures to maintain order to overturn that order The civil structures are the courts newspapers martin Luther king would assert maintains the racist society Letterto respond to newspaper Think about the potential audience that suggests that the author has thought of the audience Allusion use of numbers quotationsall these devices that writers uses speak to the audienceaudiences that he or she might be reachingDirect address to audiencethe use of you is returning to direct address Question of audience is important in terms of how the letter is structuredoConventional letter mode oIdentity the shifts in audience bc it speaks
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