Essay about Lost Prevention

Submitted By DMoney50
Words: 407
Pages: 2

Damien Monroe 8/20/13
AP Language Summer Reading
In the very prominent, I have a Dream speech by Martin Luther King delivered on August 28th 1963 at the Lincoln Memorial in, Washington D, C. Dr. King used unity to convey a message of immense magnitude to the audience. Dr. King an African American male in the era of segregation speaks about one day being one with whites and living as equals. “With this faith we will be able to work together, knowing that we will be free one day. The sense of unity he demonstrates with the way he addresses the audience builds a community. Dr. King often says we, including everyone listening to him, at no point does he ostracize any person or group of people. “We cannot walk alone and as we walk, we must make the pledge that we shall always march ahead.” King displays a sense of compassion for all mankind and tries to embed in the hearts of all people black and white, that color does not reveal who you are, character does and the way you handle adversity. The passion Dr. King expresses to the crowd speaks to them, a very effective form of allusion. The desire he has and the power he speaks with is perpetual and captivates listeners, he takes grasp of your attention and directly inserts his message into your mind like a syringe would medicine into your veins. You get the feeling that he really wants you to consider what he is saying and ponder his words, through the importance supporting them his tone is very assertive and passionate, he cares…