The World House

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Theodonia Marshall
November 6, 2012
The World House
The World House, a piece of literature written by Martin Luther King Jr, A great civil rights activist/leader, writer, and philosopher. In the passage, he talks about an idea from a famous novelist who died which was “A widely separated family inherits a house which they have to live together.” (J. L. Judith Nadell 597) (J. L. Judith Nadell 597)" \s "A widely separated family inherits a house which they have to live together.\"<>" \c 1 Martin Luther king then builds upon and talked about what he thought about that. In the passage he quotes “We have inherited a great “world house” in which we have to live together”-Black and white, Easterner and Westerner, Gentile and Jew, Catholic and Protestant, Moslem and Hindu”.CITATION Mar12 \p 597 \l 1033 (King 597) TA \l "\“world house\” in which we have to live together\”-Black and white, Easterner and Westerner, Gentile and Jew, Catholic and Protestant, Moslem and Hindu\”. (King 597) (King 597)" \s "\"world house\" in which we have to live together\"-Black and white, Easterner and Westerner, Gentile and Jew, Catholic and Protestant, Moslem and Hindu\".< CITATION Mar12 \p 597 \l 1033 (King 597) >" \c 1 He makes the point that this is “the great new problem of mankind”… and to justify his theory he stated that “[we are] a family unduly separated in ideas, culture and interest, who, because we can never again live apart must learn somehow to live with each other in peace”CITATION Mar12 \p 597 \l 1033 (King 597) TA \l "the great new problem of mankind\”… and to justify his theory he stated that \“[we are] a family unduly separated in ideas, culture and interest, who, because we can never again live apart must learn somehow to live with each other in peace\”CITATION Mar12 \p 597 \l 1033 (King 597) (King 597)" \s "the great new problem of mankind\"… and to justify his theory he stated that \"[we are] a family unduly separated in ideas, culture and interest, who, because we can never again live apart must learn somehow to live with each other in peace\"< CITATION Mar" \c 1 Martin Luther King explained how that this world is different now and has been advanced by scientific and technological revolutions. He then explained that just a century ago we didn’t have the technology we have now and uses many examples of inventors and inventions that weren’t used a century ago, Such as Thomas Edison inventing the light bulb, or the Wright bros inventing the airplane. He continued to talk about how technology has changed the world and will change the world in the future. After talking about technology, Martin Luther King began to talk about the freedom revolution among the Negro people of the U.S. He stresses that it’s a “Deep and passionate determination to make freedom and equality a reality”CITATION Mar12 \p 598 \l 1033 (King 598) TA \l "\“Deep and passionate determination to make freedom and equality a reality\”CITATION Mar12 \p 598 \l 1033 (King 598) (King 598)" \s "\"Deep and passionate determination to make freedom and equality a reality\"<>" \c 1 I Think he said that because, African Americans had begun to get fed up with harsh racial discrimination, and segregation, and wanted change immediately. He said “All over the world like a fever, freedom is spreading in the wildest liberation movement in history”CITATION Mar12 \p 598 \l 1033 (King 598) TA \l "All over the world like a fever, freedom is spreading in the wildest liberation movement in history\”CITATION Mar12 \p 598 \l 1033 (King 598) (King 598)" \s "All over the world like a fever, freedom is spreading in the wildest liberation movement in history\"< CITATION Mar12 \p 598 \l 1033 (King 598) >" \c 1 Martin Luther believed that people were beginning to make moves to “end the exploitation of their races and lands”CITATION Mar12 \p 598 \l 1033 (King 598) MLK explains, that African Americans have gained confidence in earning their freedom...
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