Rhetoric and Oratory
D. C. Heath & Company, 1898 - 350 pages
Excerpt from Rhetoric and Oratory
The aim of this book is to give the precepts for the building of a speech, and at the same time to place under the eye of both professor and student the speech built according to these precepts. Some works give the precepts alone, but not the complete illustrations, others supply the orations, but do not indicate how they were formed. They give neither the division of parts, nor the principles upon which to construct a discourse.
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