1. Metaphors used by Martin Luther king are
“The desert state”
Martin Luther king used this metaphor to refer to the promises that were made but not fulfilled in the declarations of the independence and the constitution in America.
He states that though they have been fulfilled African-Americans have not yet reaped the benefit. (King, 56)
” The crooked places will be made straight”
Injustice would come to a halt
2. As opposed to the way one reads a phrase silently Martin Luther King repeats the beginning of sentences to emphasize on phrases. This yields a greater understanding of the key points. It also brings a sense of imagination and promotes rhetoric critique
3. Some of the rhythms and allusions