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How TO DEVELOP
By GRENVILLE KLEISER Author of "How to Speak in Public.” Introduction by Lewis O. Brastow, D.D., Professor Emeritus,
Yale Divinity School
Power of Vocabulary_Power of Imagination
- Power of Memory - Power of Extempore Speech - Power of Conversation - Power of
Silence-Power of a Whisper-Power of the Eye. PERSONALITY.- More Personality for the
Lawyer-The Salesman-The Preacher-The
-The Alert Citizen. "I give it my hearty commendation. It should take its place upon the library shelves of every public speaker; be read carefully, consulted frequently, and held as worthy of faithful obedience. For lack of the useful hints that here abound, many, men murder the truth by their method of presenting it."-S. PARKES CADMAN, D.D., Brooklyn, N. Y.
12mo, Cloth, 443 Pages. $1.60, Net; by mail, $1.74 FUNK & WAGNALLS COMPANY, Publishers
NEW YORK AND LONDON
HOW TO SPEAK IN PUBLIC
A Most Suggestive and Practical Self-Instructor
By GRENVILLE KLEISER Author of "Power and Personality in Speaking,” etc.
This new book is a complete elocutionary manual comprizing numerous exercises for developing the speaking voice, deep breathing, pronunciation, vocal expression, and gesture; also selections for practise from masterpieces of ancient and modern eloquence. It is intended for students, teachers, business
men, lawyers, clergymen, politicians, clubs, debating societies, and, in fact, every one interested in the art of public speaking.
OUTLINE OF CONTENTS Mechanics of Elocution Previous Preparation Mental Aspects
Physical Preparation Public Speaking
Mental Preparation Selections for Practise Moral Preparation
Preparation of Speech "It is admirable and practical instruction in the technic of speaking, and I congratulate you upon your thor. ough work."-Hon. Albert J. Beveridge.
“The work has been very carefully and well compiled from a large number of our best works on the subject of elocution. It contains many admirable suggestions for those who are interested in becoming better speakers. As a general text for use in teaching public speaking, it may be used with great success."-John W. Wetzel, formerly Instructor in Public Speaking, Yale University, New Haven, Conn.
12mo, Cloth. $1.60, net; post-paid, $1.74 FUNK & WAGNALLS COMPANY, Publishers
NEW YORK AND LONDON