Public Speaking: Principles and Practice
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Public Speaking: Principles and Practice

By Irvah Lester Winter
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Table of Contents
  • PUBLIC SPEAKING PRINCIPLES AND PRACTICE
  • IN OFFERING A BOOK TO STUDENTS OF PUBLIC SPEAKING THE AUTHOR WOULD PAY WHAT TRIBUTE IS HERE POSSIBLE TO CHARLES WILLIAM ELIOT WHO FOR MANY YEARS HAS TAUGHT BY EXAMPLE THE POWER AND BEAUTY OF PERFECTED SPEECH
  • PREFACE
  • CONTENTS
    • PREFACE INTRODUCTION
      • PART ONE
      • PART TWO
      • PART THREE
      • ARGUMENT AND PERSUASION
      • INDEX OF TITLES INDEX OF AUTHORS
  • INTRODUCTION
  • PART ONE
    • A DISCUSSION OF PRINCIPLES
      • VOCAL FLEXIBILITY
      • THE FORMATION OF WORDS
      • MAKING THE POINT
      • INDICATING VALUES AND RELATIONS
      • EXPRESSING THE FEELING
      • SHOWING THE PICTURE
      • EXPRESSION BY ACTION
  • PLATFORM PRACTICE
    • THE PUBLIC LECTURE
      • THE INFORMAL DISCUSSION
      • ARGUMENTATIVE SPEECH
      • THE AFTER-DINNER SPEECH
      • THE OCCASIONAL POEM
  • THE MAKING OF THE SPEECH
  • REVIEW EXERCISES
  • PART TWO
    • TECHNICAL TRAINING
      • O SCOTIA!
      • O ROME! MY COUNTRY!
      • RING OUT, WILD BELLS!
      • ROLL ON, THOU DEEP!
      • THOU, TOO, SAIL ON!
      • O TIBER, FATHER TIBER!
      • MARULLUS TO THE ROMAN CITIZENS
      • THE RECESSIONAL
      • THE CRADLE OF LIBERTY
      • THE IMPEACHMENT OF WARREN HASTINGS
      • BUNKER HILL
      • THE GETTYSBURG ADDRESS
  • VOCAL FLEXIBILITY
    • CÆSAR, THE FIGHTER
      • OFFICIAL DUTY
      • LOOK WELL TO YOUR SPEECH
      • HAMLET TO THE PLAYERS
      • BELLARIO'S LETTER
      • CASCA, SPEAKING OF CÆSAR
      • SQUANDERING OF THE VOICE
      • THE TRAINING OF THE GENTLEMAN
  • MAKING THE POINT
    • BRUTUS TO THE ROMAN CITIZENS
      • THE PRECEPTS OF POLONIUS
      • THE HIGH STANDARD
      • ON TAXING THE COLONIES
      • JUSTIFYING THE PRESIDENT
      • BRITAIN AND AMERICA
  • VALUES AND TRANSITIONS
    • KING ROBERT OF SICILY
      • LAYING THE ATLANTIC CABLE
      • O'CONNELL, THE ORATOR
      • JUSTIFICATION FOR IMPEACHMENT
      • WENDELL PHILLIPS, THE ORATOR
      • ON THE DISPOSAL OF PUBLIC LANDS
      • THE DECLARATION OF INDEPENDENCE
  • EXPRESSING THE FEELING
    • NORTHERN GREETING TO SOUTHERN VETERANS
      • MATCHES AND OVERMATCHES
      • THE COALITION
      • IN HIS OWN DEFENSE
      • ON RESISTANCE TO GREAT BRITAIN
      • INVECTIVE AGAINST LOUIS BONAPARTE
  • SHOWING THE PICTURE
    • MOUNT, THE DOGE OF VENICE!
      • THE REVENGE
      • A VISION OF WAR
      • SUNSET NEAR JERUSALEM
      • A RETURN IN TRIUMPH
      • A RETURN IN DEFEAT
  • EXPRESSION BY ACTION
    • IN OUR FOREFATHERS' DAY
      • CASSIUS AGAINST CÆSAR
      • THE SPIRIT OF THE SOUTH
      • SOMETHING RANKLING HERE
      • FAITH IN THE PEOPLE
      • THE FRENCH AGAINST HAYTI
      • THE NECESSITY OF FORCE
      • AGAINST WAR WITH MEXICO
      • THE MURDER OF LOVEJOY
  • DEPICTING CHARACTER
    • A TALE OF THE PLAINS
      • GUNGA DIN
      • ADDRESS OF SERGEANT BUZFUZ
      • A NATURAL PHILOSOPHER
      • RESPONSE TO A TOAST
      • PARTRIDGE AT THE PLAY
      • A MAN'S A MAN FOR A' THAT
      • ARTEMUS WARD'S LECTURE
      • JIM BLUDSO, OF THE PRAIRIE BELLE
      • THE TRIAL OF ABNER BARROW
  • PART THREE
    • PLATFORM PRACTICE
      • THE BENEFITS OF A COLLEGE EDUCATION
      • WHAT THE COLLEGE GIVES
      • MEMORIAL DAY ADDRESS
      • WILLIAM MCKINLEY
      • ROBERT E. LEE
      • FAREWELL ADDRESS TO THE UNITED STATES SENATE
      • THE DEATH OF GARFIELD
      • THE SECOND INAUGURAL ADDRESS
      • THE DEATH OF PRINCE ALBERT
      • AN APPRECIATION OF MR. GLADSTONE
      • WILLIAM E. GLADSTONE
      • THE SOLDIER'S CREED
      • COMPETITION IN COLLEGE
      • A MASTER OF THE SITUATION
      • WIT AND HUMOR
      • A MESSAGE TO GARCIA
      • SHAKESPEARE'S "MARK ANTONY"
      • ANDR. AND HALE
      • THE BATTLE OF LEXINGTON
      • THE HOMES OF THE PEOPLE
      • GENERAL ULYSSES S. GRANT
      • AMERICAN COURAGE
      • THE MINUTEMEN OF THE REVOLUTION
      • PAUL REVERE'S RIDE
      • THE ARTS OF THE ANCIENTS
      • A MAN WITHOUT A COUNTRY
      • THE EXECUTION OF RODRIGUEZ
  • THE INFORMAL DISCUSSION
    • THE FLOOD OF BOOKS
      • EFFECTIVENESS IN SPEAKING
      • BOOKS, LITERATURE, AND THE PEOPLE
      • EDUCATION FOR BUSINESS
      • THE BEGINNINGS OF AMERICAN ORATORY
      • DANIEL WEBSTER, THE MAN
      • THE ENDURING VALUE OF SPEECH
      • TO COLLEGE GIRLS
      • THE ART OF ACTING
      • ADDRESS TO THE FRESHMAN CLASS AT HARVARD UNIVERSITY
      • WITH TENNYSON AT FARRINGFORD
      • NOTES ON SPEECH-MAKING
      • HUNTING THE GRIZZLY
  • ARGUMENT AND PERSUASION
    • ON RETAINING THE PHILIPPINE ISLANDS
      • SPEECH OF WILLIAM MCKINLEY
      • DEBATE ON THE TARIFF
      • SPEECH OF CHARLES F. CRISP
      • SOUTH CAROLINA AND MASSACHUSETTS
      • REPLY BY DANIEL WEBSTER
      • THE REPUBLICAN PARTY
      • NOMINATING ULYSSES S. GRANT
      • THE CHOICE OF A PARTY
      • NOMINATING JOHN SHERMAN
      • THE DEMOCRATIC PARTY
      • THE CALL TO DEMOCRATS
      • NOMINATING WOODROW WILSON
      • DEMOCRATIC FAITH
      • ENGLAND AND AMERICA
      • ON HOME RULE IN IRELAND
  • THE LEGAL PLEA
    • THE DARTMOUTH COLLEGE CASE
      • IN DEFENSE OF THE KENNISTONS
      • IN DEFENCE OF JOHN E. COOK
      • IN DEFENSE OF THE SOLDIERS
      • IN DEFENSE OF LORD GEORGE GORDON
      • PRONOUNCING SENTENCE FOR HIGH TREASON
      • THE IMPEACHMENT OF ANDREW JOHNSON
  • THE AFTER-DINNER SPEECH
    • AT A UNIVERSITY CLUB DINNER
      • THE EVACUATION OF NEW YORK
      • TIES OF KINSHIP
      • CANADA, ENGLAND, AND THE UNITED STATES
      • MONSIEUR AND MADAME
      • THE TYPICAL AMERICAN
      • THE PILGRIM MOTHERS
      • BRIGHT LAND TO WESTWARD
      • WOMAN
      • ABRAHAM LINCOLN
      • TO ATHLETIC VICTORS
      • THE BABIES
  • THE OCCASIONAL POEM
    • CHARLES DICKENS
      • THE MARINERS OF ENGLAND
      • CLASS POEM
      • A TROOP OF THE GUARD
      • THE BOYS
  • THE ANECDOTE
    • THE MOB CONQUERED
      • AN EXAMPLE OF FAITH
      • THE RAIL-SPLITTER
      • O'CONNELL'S WIT
      • A RELIABLE TEAM
      • MEG'S MARRIAGE
      • OUTDOING MRS. PARTINGTON
      • CIRCUMSTANCE NOT A CAUSE
      • MORE TERRIBLE THAN THE LIONS
      • IRVING, THE ACTOR
      • WENDELL PHILLIPS'S TACT
      • BAKED BEANS AND CULTURE
      • SECRETARY CHASE'S CHIN-FLY
  • REVIEW EXERCISES
    • TONE
      • INFLECTION
      • ENUNCIATION
      • REVIEW EXERCISES
      • EMPHASIS
      • MELODY
      • FEELING
      • TONE COLOR
      • VARIETY—IN PITCH, TIME, FORCE, COLOR, AND MODULATION
      • GESTURE
      • CHARACTERIZATION
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