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No poet or orator has ever existed who believed there was any better than himself.
I am no orator, as Brutus is,
But, as you know me all, a plain blunt man
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It is not generally remembered, if known, by the descendants of the Pilgrims, that when their forefathers were spending their firs ...
Our young Senator will make a good orator when his voice stops changing.
A strange and somewhat impassive physiognomy is often, perhaps, an advantage to an orator, or leader of any sort, because it helps ...
In eloquence, the great triumphs of the art are when the orator is lifted above himself; when consciously he makes himself the mer ...
A deep man believes in miracles, waits for them, believes in magic, believes that the orator will decompose his adversary; believe ...
Perhaps it is the lowest of the qualities of an orator, but it is, on so many occasions, of chief importance,--a certain robust an ...
Be real and admirable, not as we know, but as you know. Able men do not care in what kind a man is able, so only that he is able. ...
It is the vice of our public speaking that it has not abandonment. Somewhere, not only every orator but every man should let out a ...
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