Rhetorical Analysis Of Martin Luther King's I Had A Dream Speech

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When I first listened to Martin Luther King’s “I Had a Dream” speech, I was surprised by the fact how slow he spoke. The audience would’ve been able to catch every word. Then during the times the audience were being loud, I also noticed that King patiently waited. I appreciated how he included everyone into his speech. He was very fair throughout his presentation. He repeated phrases like “Let freedom ring” and “I have a dream”, and made the speech compelling. In fact, at the end of the speech, the audience from the audio and I got excited from it. I believe how the crowd and location made a part to its success. The Lincoln Memorial showed symbolism to King’s words; which is important for rhetoric standards. The audience got the attention of
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