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Polonius's Advice to Laertes, 186.
Gloster on His Wooing of Lady
Anne, 247. Hamlet's Advice to the Players,
320. Hamlet's Soliloquy on Life and
Death, 232. Hamlet on His Mother's Mar
riage, 211. Henry IV to His Son, 170. Henry V Before Harfleur, 184. Henry V to Citizens of Harfleur,
226. Henry V's Sentence on Conspir
Richard III to His Soldiers, 202. Richard on the Vanity of State,
243. Richard's Trust in Heaven, 236. Romeo to Juliet, 200.
Shylock to Antonio, 214.
BY ARTHUR EDWARD PHILLIPS, Author of "Natural Drills in Expression,” etc., Director, Department of Public Speaking, the Theological Seminary of the Evangelical
Lutheran Church at Chicago; Principal, Phillips School of Oratory, Chicago
THIS WORK IS AN EXPOSITION OF THE LAWS OF EFFECTIVENESS IN THE
CHCICE OF MATERIAL IN SPEECH WITH EXAMPLES AND EXERCISES. IT HAS
BEEN ADOPTED BY REPRESENTATIVE SCHOOLS AND COLLEGES THROUGHOUT
“In 'Effective Speaking,' a practical classroom textbook by Arthur Edward Phillips, the problem of a book that will meet the demands of the student has been solved.
"Effective Speaking' presents practically the essentials of effects iveness in all departments of speaking, whether it be impressiveness, entertainment, convincingness, or persuasion. The training of the judgment in the use of the psychological principles that govern success in speech has been the aim of Mr. Phillips. The book is in no way experimental, since all the principles advanced have been applied by the author in his professional work and by the student and man of affairs. Even for those not directly interested in the work of public speaking, the reading of the volume, aside from the exercises, is of interest.”—Chicago Journal.
"Effective Speaking’ is the first practical classroom textbook on how to prepare and make an effective address. Mr. Phillips' work is destined to replace every other textbook on the subject in every progressive teacher's classroom.-S. H. Clark, Professor of Public Speaking, University of Chicago.
"Effective Speaking’ is a real contribution to the literature of the subject. It is, I think, the most unique analysis of Public Speaking since the time of Quintilian.-H. B. Gislason, Instructor in Debate and Oratory, University of Minnesota.
"Effective Speaking' is an admirable book in every way.”E. W. Smith, Department of Rhetoric and Public Speaking, Colgate University.
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