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Martin Luther King’s Letter From Birmingham Jail

Martin Luther King’s Letter From Birmingham Jail

Submitted by • May 14, 2013

Luther also uses pathos appeal in the respond he made to the clergymen. Pathos is used by writers in developing sympathy of the target group. King has used it in his writing well and can be seen on how he has developed his arguments. In his writing, king has developed a statement that shows how African Americans encountered a hard life. This is a way of developing sympathy from the audience. He clearly explains how non Americans suffered from whites actions and that was the reason why he was objecting their stand. African Americans according to the king had the worst life in United States simply because racial discrimination was highly practiced. Out of violence from the many quotes developed by the writer, the audience can catch up how African Americans suffered thus develop signs of sympathy, (Xirasagar, 2008).

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