Vonnegut's Letter From Birmingham Jail

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In Vonnegut’s story, everyone is completely equal. Nobody can be better than someone else, which is bad because that means that nobody can be unique. In Martin Luther King Jr.’s story, blacks and whites are not treated equal, but he wishes that they would be. He wants it to be a world where you look at a black and a white and see no difference. Both works show people trying to make an equal society. They are different because Harrison is trying to disrupt the equality and make it back into a world where people can be unique. In “Letter from Birmingham Jail,” he is trying to create a society where blacks and whites are equal. I believe that Macbeth deserves more blame for his fall because he is the tragic hero in the play. His flaws led him
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