How to Become a Public Speaker
Showing the best manner of arranging thought so as to gain
conciseness, ease and fluency in speech
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How to Become a Public Speaker Showing the best manner of arranging thought so as to gain conciseness, ease and fluency in speech

By William Pittenger
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Table of Contents
  • HOW TO BECOME A PUBLIC SPEAKER
  • CONTENTS.
  • CHAPTER I. Can the Art of Speech be Learned?
  • CHAPTER II. The Four Methods of Public Speech—Their Advantages and Disadvantages.
  • CHAPTER III. An Embryo Speech, with Models of Very Simple Plans.
    • PLANS OF SPEECHES.
  • CHAPTER IV. Initial Fear and how to Overcome it.
  • CHAPTER V. Utility of Debating Societies.
  • CHAPTER VI. Thought and Emotion.
  • CHAPTER VII. Language.
  • CHAPTER VIII. Imagination.
  • CHAPTER IX. Voice and Gesture.
  • CHAPTER X. Confidence.
  • CHAPTER XI. The Pen and the Tongue.
  • CHAPTER XII. Subject and Object.
  • CHAPTER XIII. Thought-gathering.
  • CHAPTER XIV. Constructing a Plan.
  • CHAPTER XV. How Shall the Written Plan be Used?
  • CHAPTER XVI. The First Moment of Speech.
  • CHAPTER XVII. The Introduction.
  • CHAPTER XVIII. Progress of the Speech.
  • CHAPTER XIX. After the Speech.
  • TRANSCRIBER’S NOTES
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