Old Major's Speech And Martin Luther King Jr.

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Each generation always has a vision for a brighter, better future. George Orwell’s book Animal Farm had a leader, an old pig named Old Major, who envisioned a future full of hope and prosperity amongst the animals. Martin Luther King, Jr. also wanted a hopeful future where everyone was treated equally. They both were visionaries who one day made a speech and proclaimed it to people who thought the same way. Old Major’s speech and Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.’s speech can be compared through the situations they both faced with the groups they represented, the vision and solution they had for the future, and the literary devices that they used in their speech. Both of the speeches addressed the current situations that their groups were facing
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