Martin Luther King Use Similes In Letter From Birmingham Jail

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The famous Martin Luther king’s letter, The wise Martin Luther king wrote this letter to not only persuade but to make a change on the rising problem which you will read in, '' Letter from Birmingham Jail ''. This famous and informative yet persuading letter touches bases on the problems that surround us, whether physically or verbally. Martin Luther king thought enough was enough and that we should take a stand. He tells us this by using lots of ways to persuade his readers by the act of using metaphors. He uses similes to give us an example of what he means. Now Martin Luther King uses lots of figurative language in his letter, this is his way of grabbing you and showing why we should all take action. Martin Luther king’s letter is a protest
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