Examples Of Logos In Letter From Birmingham Jail

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Empowered, gratified and dedicated is how Martin Luther King Jr, made his audience feel when they were either reading his “Letter From Birmingham Jail” or listening to his famous “I Have a Dream” speech. The letter he wrote from the Birmingham jail was a response to the 8 white clergymen who criticized M.L.K for leading protests in Birmingham, Alabama. The speech approached by non-violent protesters, it took place at the Lincoln memorial after the march on at Washington. In these two forms of writing Martin used two different persuasive appeals, logos and pathos. In doctor King's “Letter From Birmingham Jail” he used the two appeals logos and pathos . He used logos when he’s describing_______”_____(King)” this quote goes on to explain logos
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