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On the Death of Martin Luther King, Robert F. Kennedy

Kennedy, Robert Francis. "On the Death of Martin Luther King Jr." The History Place. N.p., 4 Apr. 1968. Web. 17 Aug. 2016.

Which of the following are the MOST accurate rhetorical features of lines 41-45 (“What we… one another”)?


Personification and imagery, which humanize King after his physical death.


Metaphor and hyperbole, which heighten the feel of King's social contributions.


Anaphora and antithesis, which contrast the ideal to the real state of affairs.


Sarcasm and analogy, which suggest the speaker's tempered rage about King's murder.


Synecdoche and elliptical construction, which suggest the disjointed thoughts of the distressed speaker.

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