Give an example where King uses emotion to support his argument.

Essay

“Letter From Birmingham Jail”, Question Set 1

Directions: Read “Letter From Birmingham Jail”, paragraphs 1-25, and answer the following questions. (You can cite sections from later in the letter, but give yourself time to read the entire letter.) Refer to the “Ethos, Pathos, Logos in LFBJ” reading in Blackboard if you need help. Make sure you mark quotes from Dr. King’s letter with quotation marks; make sure the explanations are in your own words, so I can see that you understood what Dr. King is saying.

Here is a link to a PDF with numbered paragraphs for “Letter From Birmingham Jail”

Letter From Birmingham Jail.pdf

Other resources:

overview of pathos approach:

Pathos Overview (1).docx

Logos approach:

Logos Approach Overview 2015_1_ (1).docx

Link to audio of Dr. King reading “Letter From Birmingham Jail” http://okra.stanford.edu/transcription/audio/630416001.mp3

The first half of letter (paragraphs 1- 25)

Appeal to Logic/ Logos Approach

1) Give an example where King uses logic to support his argument. Please quote the passage, and give the paragraph number. Explain why this example shows the use of logic (common sense, reason, evidence provided).

Appeal to Emotion/ Pathos Approach

2) Give an example where King uses emotion to support his argument. Please quote the passage, and give the paragraph number. Explain what emotion(s) you think Dr. King intended to evoke in this example.

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Give an example where King uses emotion to support his argument.

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