A Rhetorical Analysis Of Martin Luther Kind's Letter

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Martin Luther Kind writes "I hope this letter finds you strong in faith...will shine over our great nation with all their scintillating beauty" to approach the men with their problems and hope to meet them. Martin Luther clearly wants to meet with these people so they understand each other and that the person against Martin's point will comprehend that Martin wants to be equal. The paragraph is composed of personifying social issues. When it comes to "racial prejudice" he describes them as dark clouds and the "misunderstanding" is seen as the deep fog. Martin's diction makes the paragraph sound understanding and friendly. The very last sentence explains what he wants overall. This whole paragraph is composed of Martin's ideas and its functions
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