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Name: Skylar Patterson     Date: 2-6-2020     School: Pell City      Facilitator: 2.06 Rhetorical Devices Part 1: Graphic Organizer Fill in the graphic organizer below by finding the rhetorical devices that King uses in his “I Have a Dream” speech. There are many examples of each. You only need to find one. Type of Rhetorical Device Textual Evidence: Word, Phrase, or Sentence Effect on the Overall Message Allusion Emancipation Proclamation, Segregation, nation’s Capital, Declaration of Independence, Mississippi, Alabama, South Carolina.      Reminding the people that they are suppose to free men and woman. And the nation knows it.      Anaphora I have a dream Freedom ring Free at last     Let the people know that he had a dream and it was every African American dream and that was to finally be free and to be treated equal as the whites       Extended Metaphor Crippled by manacles of segregation + chains of discrimination lonely island of poverty + ocean of material prosperity insufficient funds + great
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