Martin Luther King, Jr. | Literature Criticism Wesley T. Mott

This literature criticism consists of approximately 16 pages of analysis & critique of Martin Luther King, Jr..
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Wesley T. Mott

Right. So, it's now eight years. I've many, many notebooks, but what I see when I examine the notebooks now are phases of development toward the work I'm doing at present. I see it in embryonic stages early on, and I begin to see what I thought were simply notes, because they didn't resemble my earlier work, were, actually in early form, the work that I have now begun to do … the new work, in other words. I didn't recognize it at first. I thought it was failed old work.

Martin Luther King, Jr.'s Letter from Birmingham Jail is one of the most frequently collected items in college English anthologies and has proved the most popular reading among black and white students in basic literature courses for several years. The...

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