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American oratory, or, Selections from the speeches of eminent Americans
|Other titles||American oratory, Selections from the speeches of eminent Americans|
|Statement||compiled by a member of the Philadelphia bar|
|Series||Selected Americana from Sabin"s Dictionary of books relating to America, from its discovery to the present time -- 1173|
|Contributions||Member of the Philadelphia bar|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||viii, 531 p.|
|Number of Pages||531|
|LC Control Number||87324580|
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Central to the textbook is the catalogue of rhetorical (and other literary) terms. When students are asked in the questions for reading or O.P.A. assignments to locate a particular stylistic device in a speech, short story, or chapter, their first task . Public speech making has played a powerful role in the long struggle by African Americans for equal rights. This collection, for the ear and the eye, highlights speeches by an eclectic mix of black leaders. Their impassioned, eloquent words continue to affect the ideas of a nation and the direction of history.
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Excerpt from American Oratory: Or Selections From the Speeches of Eminent Americans No apology can be required for presenting to the American public a volume of Speeches selected from the best efforts of their own statesmen.
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(Philadelphia, Desilver, Thomas & co., ), by Member of the Philadelphia bar (page images at HathiTrust) Eloquent sons of the South, a handbook of southern oratory; (Boston, The Chapple Publishing Company, Ltd., ), by John Temple Graves, Walter Williams, and Clark Howell (page images at HathiTrust).
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Top Speeches. Full text, audio, and video database of the most significant American political speeches of the 20th century, according to leading scholars of American public address, as compiled by Stephen E.
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American oratory; or, Selections from the speeches of eminent Americans Author: A member of the Philadelphia bar. A review of American Speeches: Political Oratory from the Revolution to the Civil War and American Speeches: Political Oratory from Abraham Lincoln to Bill Clinton, edited by Ted Widmer.
To keep silent is the most useful service that a mediocre talker can render to the public." So says Tocqueville in his chapter "On Parliamentary Eloquence in the United States.". And the report has some truth in it.
People in America are indeed reading novels for pleasure less, but that should not imply there was ever a time where American teenagers ran home to crack open Crime and Punishment, War and Peace, or Moby Dick.
The report says that in60 percent of Americans between the ages of 18 and 24 read literature outsideFile Size: KB. Andrew Johnson, President of the United States: His Life and Speeches (New York: Richardson and Co., ), by Lillian Foster, contrib.
by Andrew Johnson (page images and uncorrected OCR text at MOA) Arafat's Culture of Hatred and Violence: Anti-Israel and Anti-Semitic Hatred in the Palestinian Authority's Media, Schools. This volume (the second of an unprecedented two-volume collection) gathers the unabridged texts of 83 eloquent and dramatic speeches delivered by 45 American public figures between andbeginning with Abraham Lincoln’s last speech on Reconstruction and ending with Bill Clinton’s heartfelt tribute to the Little Rock Nine.
American Oratory, or, Selections from the Speeches of Eminent Americans. Compiled by a Member of the Philadelphia Bar. viii, pp. 8vo, contemporary calf, leather label; (rubbed, otherwise very good). American Oratory or, Selections from the Speeches of Eminent Americans  Compiled by a Member of the Philadelphia Bar.
Philadelphia: Edward C. Biddle, Blair, Francis Preston, John C. Rives, and Franklin Rives. The Congressional Globe containing sketches of the debates and proceedings of the Twenty-Fourth Congress: First Session File Size: KB.
American Speeches book. Read reviews from world’s largest community for readers. Start by marking “American Speeches: Political Oratory from the Revolution to the Civil War” as Want to Read: A historian and former presidential speechwriter presents an unprecedented two-volume collection of the greatest speeches in American history/5.
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viii, pp. 8vo, contemporary calf, leather label; (rubbed, otherwise very good). Although it might seem surprising, many of the theories that shaped nineteenth century American oratory were taken from two eighteenth century rhetoric texts written by Scotsmen: The Philosophy of Rhetoric (), by George Campbell, and Lectures on Rhetoric and Belles Lettres, Up until the late eighteenth century, most thinking about rhetoric.
Book on Obama speeches explores how his rhetorical evolved after convention Given the generally poor state of American oratory Obama so Author: Cinque Henderson.This collection of notable speeches by early-day leaders of twenty-two Indian tribes adds a new dimension to our knowledge of the original Americans and their own view of the tide of history engulfing them.
Little written record of their oratory exists, although Indians made much use of publics address. Around the council fires tribal affairs were settled without benefit of the written word.