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Why my grief isn't despair comic
Updated: 9/16/2020
Why my grief isn't despair comic
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  • Anecdotes
  • "When I was five and he was shot, this is what I remember about it. I was in school in Trenton and they turned the lights off and we got to sit under the desks." (5)
  • Stewart uses his story to help the viewers to understand that it is all right to grieve over the 9/11 tragedy.
  • Just like many people lost somebody that impacted their lives when Martin Luther King was shot, many lost loved ones in the 9/11 tragedy. The impact of his story is to make others understand that it is normal to grieve over the people that lost their lives even if you didn't specifically know them.
  • Facts
  • "This attack happened. It's not a dream. But the aftermath of it, the recovery, is a dream realized. And that is Martin Luther King's dream." (6)
  • Stewart mentions the Martin Luther King's dream to convey the thought that the audience should have hope for what will come in the future.
  • Overall Stewart wants the audience to understand that it is important to grieve, but more important to feel hope for what will come in the future.
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