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Analysis of Martin Luther King's 'I Have a Dream' Speech
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A 5 page paper analyzing Dr. King's immortal words in terms of application of the tools of rhetoric. The paper lifts out segments of Dr. King's speech to serve as examples of ethos, pathos and logos. It concludes that Dr. King employed several tools of persuasion in his speech. He employed the techniques of persuasion with such skill that his audience likely was only aware of a stirring toward unity. Bibliography lists 1 source.
Filename: KS-MLK.wps

M.L. King's 'Why We Can't Wait'
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5 pages worth of notes, analysis, & information pertinent to Martin Luther King Jr.'s book Why We Can't Wait. No sources are listed.
Filename: Whywait.doc

Non-Violent Civil Disobedience and the Views of Martin Luther King
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This 5 page paper argues in favor of non-violent civil disobedience through the application of the views of Martin Luther King in his 'Letter From a Birmingham Jail.' This paper argues that civil disobedience is a powerful means of social change, but that it must be carried out in a manner that determines the non-violent nature of this kind of social and political discourse. No additional sources cited.
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Black Culture and its Presentation in Drama: A Raisin in the Sun and Les Blancs
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This 5 page paper considers the argument that few playwrights have pursued the representation of Black culture theatrically, and then goes on to demonstrate the value of this process through the development of characters and cultural elements in Lorraine Hansberry's A Raisin in the Sun and Les Blancs. This paper not only considers the nature of Black culture, but also the comparative nature of Hansberry's works as it proves to distinguish Black culture and Afrocentrism within a social organization. Bibliography lists 7 sources.
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African-American Poetry/ Civil Rights Era
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7 pages covering the voice of struggle expressed in Black poetry of the civil rights era. Analytical focus is specifically upon the works of such greats as Langston Hughes, Nikki Giovani, and Gwendolyn Brook. Bibliography lists 7 sources, Report also includes samples of two relevant poems (no additional charge).
Filename: Blackpoe.doc

Langston Hughes
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A 5 page discussion of two poems written by Langston Hughes. The poems are 'Dream Deferred' (also known as 'Harlem')and 'The Negro Speaks of Rivers.' In discussing these poems the paper illustrates the realities that they all share, which is essentially the notion of dreams and harsh realities that kill those dreams, in relationship to the African American race. They are also all dreams that inherently speak of strength in the face of those harsh realities. No additional sources cited.
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Langston Hughes and Gwendolyn Brooks / Poetic Visions of Reality
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A 7 page piece that seeks to prove that Gwendolyn Brooks' 'We Real Cool, The Pool Players. Seven at the Golden Shovel,' and Langston Hughes' 'A Dream Deferred' are not mere observations about life on the streets, they are poems that speak of dashed dreams. They were not penned merely to express internal or external suffering observed, but for the love of community. They were written not merely to point out desolation in the community, but to point out the necessity for self-empowerment. The poems spoke of the present, how it relates to the past and its relationship to the future. Bibliography lists 6 sources.
Filename: Langwen.wps

Langston Hughes' 'Mulatto' / The Distortion Of Modernism
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An 8 page paper discussing this important play by Langston Hughes. It shows why the white community saw the play in a distorted way; they were looking through the lens of modernism for reflections of their own dilemmas. Bibliography lists 7 sources.
Filename: Mulatto.wps

Langston Hughes' 'Salvation' / Disillusionment
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A 5 page paper on a short essay by this well-known twentieth century writer. The paper shows how the conflict between Langston's expectations of what would happen at the revival meeting and his aunt's expectations for him caused his ultimate disillusionment. Bibliography lists 1 source.
Filename: Langsalv.wps

Langston Hughes' 'Theme for English B' / 'Coloredness'
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A 5 page explication of Langston Hughes' poem. The paper looks particularly at the difference between the stark dictionary definition of the word 'colored' and how it functions for Hughes as a badge of inferiority placed on him by white people. Bibliography lists 2 sources.
Filename: Hughes3.wps

Modernism In African-American Poetry
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A 5 page analysis and research paper which examines three representative poems from leaders of the Harlem Renaissance to illustrate the principle of modernism in black poetry. These poems are: 'Mulatto' by Langston Hughes; 'Incident' by Countee Cullen; and 'He was a man' by Sterling Brown. The writer first discusses what experts have said regarding the definition of modernism and then examines how these statements can be applied to each poem. Bibliography lists 6 sources.
Filename: 3bpoets.rtf

The Plays Of Langston Hughes
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A 6 page paper focusing on 'Don't you want to be free?' and 'Mulatto', two plays by Hughes. His theme of the black experience is examined. Bibliography lists 5 sources.
Filename: Hughes2.wps

Dr. Martin Luther King & The Dilemma Of The American Negro / Then & Now
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An 8 page essay exploring the conditions described in Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.'s book, 'Where Do We Go From Here: Chaos or Community?', to conditions for the African American in 1997, thirty years after the book was published. Specifically, Chapter IV is reviewed and compared to conditions of racism and opportunities in both eras. The writer offers examples and the thesis that conditions have definitely changed for the better but racism is still prevalent in the country. Two additional sources are cited.
Filename: Dilemma.wps

Desegregation of Major League Baseball In The United States
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A 10 page paper on the integration of Black athletes into major league baseball. The writer describes the evolution of the Negro Leagues and the reasons why it would have been beneficial for these leagues to remain in effect as they contributed to social bonding. It is argued that integration damaged some of the pride and cultural experience that Black athletes enjoyed in the Negro Leagues. Desegregation brought about major opposition, ridicule, shame, etc; Irony exists in the fact that Blacks were allowed to fight and die for America-- but they could not play baseball. And once they were allowed to, nobody would accept them. Bibliography lists 15 sources.
Filename: Desegreg.doc

Jackie Robinson / Film vs. Book
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In this 5 page paper, the writer is concerned with the historical accuracy of film & written accounts of the Jackie Robinson legend. The movie ['Bingo Long Traveling All-Stars'] is compared with the book 'Baseball's Great Experiment: --Jackie Robinson and His Legacy.'
Filename: Bingolong.wps

Jackie Robinson's Enduring Legacy
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An 11 page paper on baseball's first enduring black player. Robinson joined the Brooklyn Dodgers in 1947 amid a raft of controversy, but managed to pull 'Dem Bums,' perpetual losers into the 1947 World Series by doing things that won him the title of 1947 Rookie of the Year. Always outspoken on racial issues, he maintained his promise of 2 years' worth of no visible reaction to the verbal abuse all involved, including him, knew he would suffer. After that, it was no holds barred while he meanwhile gathered award after award. He committed a lifetime to civil rights work, using baseball as a stage from which to speak. Bibliography lists 20 sources.
Filename: Jackier.wps

Jackie Robinson's Legacy / Review Of Tygel's 'Baseball's Great Experiment'
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5 pages in which the author discusses this particular book and how the great baseball player Jackie Robinson broke the color barrier between Black and Whites on the playing field and in society.
Filename: Jrlegacy.wps


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