Successful Methods of Public Speaking
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Successful Methods of Public Speaking

By Grenville Kleiser
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  • SUCCESSFUL METHODS OF PUBLIC SPEAKING
    • CONTENTS
  • Successful Methods of Public Speaking
    • FUNK & WAGNALLS COMPANY
      • NEW YORK AND LONDON
        • 1919
        • Copyright, 1920, by
        • GRENVILLE KLEISER
        • [Printed in the United States of America]
        • Published, February, 1920
        • Copyright Under the Articles of the Copyright Convention of the Pan-American Republics and the United States, August 11, 1910
      • 1919
      • Copyright, 1920, by
      • GRENVILLE KLEISER
      • [Printed in the United States of America]
      • Published, February, 1920
      • Copyright Under the Articles of the Copyright Convention of the Pan-American Republics and the United States, August 11, 1910
    • NEW YORK AND LONDON
      • 1919
      • Copyright, 1920, by
      • GRENVILLE KLEISER
      • [Printed in the United States of America]
      • Published, February, 1920
      • Copyright Under the Articles of the Copyright Convention of the Pan-American Republics and the United States, August 11, 1910
    • 1919
    • Copyright, 1920, by
    • GRENVILLE KLEISER
    • [Printed in the United States of America]
    • Published, February, 1920
    • Copyright Under the Articles of the Copyright Convention of the Pan-American Republics and the United States, August 11, 1910
    • PREFACE
    • SUCCESSFUL METHODS OF PUBLIC SPEAKING
      • Requirements of Effective Speaking
      • Well-known Speakers and Their Methods
        • Chalmers
        • John Bright
        • Lord Brougham
        • Edmund Burke
        • Massillon
        • Gladstone
        • John Quincy Adams
        • Fox
        • Theodore Parker
        • Henry Ward Beecher
        • Lord Bolingbroke
        • Lord Chatham
        • John Philpot Curran
        • Balfour
        • Bonar Law
        • Asquith
        • Bryan
        • Roosevelt
      • Chalmers
      • John Bright
      • Lord Brougham
      • Edmund Burke
      • Massillon
      • Gladstone
      • John Quincy Adams
      • Fox
      • Theodore Parker
      • Henry Ward Beecher
      • Lord Bolingbroke
      • Lord Chatham
      • John Philpot Curran
      • Balfour
      • Bonar Law
      • Asquith
      • Bryan
      • Roosevelt
      • Success Factors in Platform Speaking
      • ADVANTAGES AND DISADVANTAGES OF MEMORIZING SPEECHES
      • THE VALUE OF REPETITION
      • THE NEED OF SELF-CONFIDENCE
      • THE POWER OF PERSONALITY
      • THE DANGER OF IMITATION
      • Speech for Study, with Lesson Talk
        • FEATURES OF AN ELOQUENT ADDRESS
        • SPEECH FOR STUDY
        • AT THE UNVEILING OF THE STATUE OF GLADSTONE
        • (Address of Lord Rosebery)
      • FEATURES OF AN ELOQUENT ADDRESS
      • SPEECH FOR STUDY
      • AT THE UNVEILING OF THE STATUE OF GLADSTONE
      • (Address of Lord Rosebery)
    • Requirements of Effective Speaking
    • Well-known Speakers and Their Methods
      • Chalmers
      • John Bright
      • Lord Brougham
      • Edmund Burke
      • Massillon
      • Gladstone
      • John Quincy Adams
      • Fox
      • Theodore Parker
      • Henry Ward Beecher
      • Lord Bolingbroke
      • Lord Chatham
      • John Philpot Curran
      • Balfour
      • Bonar Law
      • Asquith
      • Bryan
      • Roosevelt
    • Chalmers
    • John Bright
    • Lord Brougham
    • Edmund Burke
    • Massillon
    • Gladstone
    • John Quincy Adams
    • Fox
    • Theodore Parker
    • Henry Ward Beecher
    • Lord Bolingbroke
    • Lord Chatham
    • John Philpot Curran
    • Balfour
    • Bonar Law
    • Asquith
    • Bryan
    • Roosevelt
    • Success Factors in Platform Speaking
    • ADVANTAGES AND DISADVANTAGES OF MEMORIZING SPEECHES
    • THE VALUE OF REPETITION
    • THE NEED OF SELF-CONFIDENCE
    • THE POWER OF PERSONALITY
    • THE DANGER OF IMITATION
    • Speech for Study, with Lesson Talk
      • FEATURES OF AN ELOQUENT ADDRESS
      • SPEECH FOR STUDY
      • AT THE UNVEILING OF THE STATUE OF GLADSTONE
      • (Address of Lord Rosebery)
    • FEATURES OF AN ELOQUENT ADDRESS
    • SPEECH FOR STUDY
    • AT THE UNVEILING OF THE STATUE OF GLADSTONE
    • (Address of Lord Rosebery)
    • STUDY OF MODEL SPEECHES
      • MODEL SPEECHES, WITH SUGGESTIONS FOR THEIR STUDY
        • John Stuart Mill
        • Judge Story
        • W. J. Fox
        • William McKinley
        • Edward Everett
        • John Quincy Adams
      • John Stuart Mill
      • Judge Story
      • W. J. Fox
      • William McKinley
      • Edward Everett
      • John Quincy Adams
    • MODEL SPEECHES, WITH SUGGESTIONS FOR THEIR STUDY
      • John Stuart Mill
      • Judge Story
      • W. J. Fox
      • William McKinley
      • Edward Everett
      • John Quincy Adams
    • John Stuart Mill
    • Judge Story
    • W. J. Fox
    • William McKinley
    • Edward Everett
    • John Quincy Adams
    • HISTORY OF PUBLIC SPEAKING
      • MEN WHO HAVE MADE HISTORY IN PUBLIC SPEAKING—AND THEIR METHODS
        • Demosthenes
        • Cicero
        • Luther
        • John Knox
        • Bossuet
        • Bourdaloue
        • Massillon
        • Lord Chatham
        • Burke
        • Sheridan
        • Charles James Fox
        • Lord Brougham
        • John Quincy Adams
        • Patrick Henry
        • Henry Clay
        • Calhoun
        • Daniel Webster
        • Edward Everett
        • Rufus Choate
        • Charles Sumner
        • William E. Channing
        • Wendell Phillips
        • George William Curtis
        • Gladstone
        • John Bright
        • Lincoln
        • Daniel O'Connell
      • Demosthenes
      • Cicero
      • Luther
      • John Knox
      • Bossuet
      • Bourdaloue
      • Massillon
      • Lord Chatham
      • Burke
      • Sheridan
      • Charles James Fox
      • Lord Brougham
      • John Quincy Adams
      • Patrick Henry
      • Henry Clay
      • Calhoun
      • Daniel Webster
      • Edward Everett
      • Rufus Choate
      • Charles Sumner
      • William E. Channing
      • Wendell Phillips
      • George William Curtis
      • Gladstone
      • John Bright
      • Lincoln
      • Daniel O'Connell
    • MEN WHO HAVE MADE HISTORY IN PUBLIC SPEAKING—AND THEIR METHODS
      • Demosthenes
      • Cicero
      • Luther
      • John Knox
      • Bossuet
      • Bourdaloue
      • Massillon
      • Lord Chatham
      • Burke
      • Sheridan
      • Charles James Fox
      • Lord Brougham
      • John Quincy Adams
      • Patrick Henry
      • Henry Clay
      • Calhoun
      • Daniel Webster
      • Edward Everett
      • Rufus Choate
      • Charles Sumner
      • William E. Channing
      • Wendell Phillips
      • George William Curtis
      • Gladstone
      • John Bright
      • Lincoln
      • Daniel O'Connell
    • Demosthenes
    • Cicero
    • Luther
    • John Knox
    • Bossuet
    • Bourdaloue
    • Massillon
    • Lord Chatham
    • Burke
    • Sheridan
    • Charles James Fox
    • Lord Brougham
    • John Quincy Adams
    • Patrick Henry
    • Henry Clay
    • Calhoun
    • Daniel Webster
    • Edward Everett
    • Rufus Choate
    • Charles Sumner
    • William E. Channing
    • Wendell Phillips
    • George William Curtis
    • Gladstone
    • John Bright
    • Lincoln
    • Daniel O'Connell
    • EXTRACTS FOR STUDY, WITH LESSON TALK
      • EXAMPLES OF ORATORY AND HOW TO STUDY THEM
      • Extracts for Study
      • SPECIMENS OF ELOQUENCE
        • A Study in Climax
        • Suggestions to the Public Speaker
        • A Study in Fervent Appeal
        • A Study in Dignity and Style
        • A Study in Strength and Diction
        • A Study in Patriotic Feeling
        • A Study in Clearness of Expression
        • A Study of Oratorical Style
        • A Study in Profound Thinking
        • A Study of Sustained Power
        • Study in Beauty of Language
        • A Study in Powerful Delivery
        • A Study in Purity of Style
        • A Study in Common Sense and Exalted Thought
      • A Study in Climax
      • Suggestions to the Public Speaker
      • A Study in Fervent Appeal
      • A Study in Dignity and Style
      • A Study in Strength and Diction
      • A Study in Patriotic Feeling
      • A Study in Clearness of Expression
      • A Study of Oratorical Style
      • A Study in Profound Thinking
      • A Study of Sustained Power
      • Study in Beauty of Language
      • A Study in Powerful Delivery
      • A Study in Purity of Style
      • A Study in Common Sense and Exalted Thought
    • EXAMPLES OF ORATORY AND HOW TO STUDY THEM
    • Extracts for Study
    • SPECIMENS OF ELOQUENCE
      • A Study in Climax
      • Suggestions to the Public Speaker
      • A Study in Fervent Appeal
      • A Study in Dignity and Style
      • A Study in Strength and Diction
      • A Study in Patriotic Feeling
      • A Study in Clearness of Expression
      • A Study of Oratorical Style
      • A Study in Profound Thinking
      • A Study of Sustained Power
      • Study in Beauty of Language
      • A Study in Powerful Delivery
      • A Study in Purity of Style
      • A Study in Common Sense and Exalted Thought
    • A Study in Climax
    • Suggestions to the Public Speaker
    • A Study in Fervent Appeal
    • A Study in Dignity and Style
    • A Study in Strength and Diction
    • A Study in Patriotic Feeling
    • A Study in Clearness of Expression
    • A Study of Oratorical Style
    • A Study in Profound Thinking
    • A Study of Sustained Power
    • Study in Beauty of Language
    • A Study in Powerful Delivery
    • A Study in Purity of Style
    • A Study in Common Sense and Exalted Thought
    • HOW TO SPEAK IN PUBLIC[1]
      • HOW THE SPEAKER MUST PREPARE HIMSELF
      • HOW THE SPEAKER MUST PREPARE HIS SPEECH
      • THE PART MEMORY PLAYS IN PUBLIC SPEAKING
      • THE STUDY OF WORDS AND IDEAS
      • ESSENTIAL QUALITIES OF THE PUBLIC SPEAKER
      • LEARNING TO THINK ON YOUR FEET
      • Speech for Study, with Lesson Talk
      • THE STYLE OF THEODORE ROOSEVELT
      • THE STRENUOUS LIFE[2]
    • HOW THE SPEAKER MUST PREPARE HIMSELF
    • HOW THE SPEAKER MUST PREPARE HIS SPEECH
    • THE PART MEMORY PLAYS IN PUBLIC SPEAKING
    • THE STUDY OF WORDS AND IDEAS
    • ESSENTIAL QUALITIES OF THE PUBLIC SPEAKER
    • LEARNING TO THINK ON YOUR FEET
    • Speech for Study, with Lesson Talk
    • THE STYLE OF THEODORE ROOSEVELT
    • THE STRENUOUS LIFE[2]
    • ADVERTISEMENTS
      • HOW TO
    • HOW TO
    • Develop Self-Confidence IN SPEECH AND MANNER
      • Author of "How to Argue and Win."
      • FUNK & WAGNALLS COMPANY, Publishers
        • NEW YORK and LONDON
      • NEW YORK and LONDON
    • Author of "How to Argue and Win."
    • FUNK & WAGNALLS COMPANY, Publishers
      • NEW YORK and LONDON
    • NEW YORK and LONDON
    • HUMOROUS HITS
      • And How to Hold an Audience
        • Author of "How to Argue and Win."
      • Author of "How to Argue and Win."
      • FUNK & WAGNALLS COMPANY, Publishers
        • NEW YORK and LONDON
      • NEW YORK and LONDON
    • And How to Hold an Audience
      • Author of "How to Argue and Win."
    • Author of "How to Argue and Win."
    • FUNK & WAGNALLS COMPANY, Publishers
      • NEW YORK and LONDON
    • NEW YORK and LONDON
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