He also drew on his extensive education and the tumultuous history of racial prejudices and civil rights in the US.
Audiences at the time either heard his speech in person or over radio or television broadcasts.
Luther also uses techniques such as metaphors when he utters that “The crooked places will be made straight” (Echols 7).
He also raises the hope of attendants by encouraging them that racial inequalities will one day come to an end in United States.
Summary: This presentation is designed to introduce your students to a variety of factors that contribute to strong, well-organized writing.
This presentation is suitable for the beginning of a composition course or the assignment of a writing project in any class.
In his speech, he motivates participants who took part in movements to end segregation.
The speaker is influential and attracts attention of audience when he uses comedy and tempo to deliver his thoughts.
It is presented in a professional manner with logical flow of stylistic devices.
It is also noted that Luther employs use of repetition to emphasize his ideas.