Presents critiques of four works of the Nobel Prize-winning civil rights leader and guides readers through the process of analyzing them from different critical angles, including moral theory and historical, racial, and rhetorical viewpoints.
By Blue Gerbil
I just wanted to point out that the description of these collective works is describing Martin Luther King, Jr.
These are works by Martin Luther, the reformer. That's a little embarrassing, Apple.
Selma Lagerlöf, Beatrix Potter, Charles Dickens, Heinrich Heine, Else Ury, Johanna Spyri, Agnes Sapper, Karl May, Theodor Fontane, Oscar Wilde, Hans Christian Andersen, Frances Hodgson Burnett, The Brothers Grimm, Martin Luther, Theodor Storm, Peter Rosegger, E. T. A. Hoffmann, O. Henry, Ludwig Thoma, Manfred Kyber, Heinrich Seidel, Luise Büchner, Hermann Löns, Wilhelm Raabe, Georg Ebers, Adalbert Stifter, Paula Dehmel, Kurt Tucholsky, Walter Benjamin, Ludwig Bechstein, Rainer Maria Rilke & Clemens Brentano