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Speech anthologies

Speech anthologies

  • Lend Me Your Ears: Great Speeches in History, revised and expanded edition, 1997, a collection of some two hundred speeches, compiled and introduced by William Safire. Published by W. W. Norton, New York. Safire's analyses and insightful commentary make this book well worth a place in any speaker's or speech writer's library. Includes a remarkable variety of speech types—inspirational, farewell, commencement, sermons, lectures, political.

  • The Business Speaker's Almanac, edited by Jack Griffin and Alice Marks, published by Prentice Hall, 1994. Includes forty-four of the best speeches of the year by business executives. Chapter topics include management, research and development, education and business in the world market, competing today and tomorrow, women in business, minority viewpoints, and trends and predictions. Also includes a section on openers, quotations, anecdotes, and closings. Indexed by speaker, topic, audience, and occasion.


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