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THE

HANDBOOK OF ORATORY

A CYCLOPEDIA

OF AUTHORITIES ON ORATORY AS AN ART AND OF CELE-

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Limited Testimonial Edition

COPYRIGHT 1901

BY
F. P. KAISER

MADE BY
THE WERNER COMPANY

AKRON, OHIO

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QUINTILIAN, MARCUS FABIUS — Continued :

Second Part of a Speech — The Statement of Facts

Digressions in Speaking

Proposition, Partition, and Argument

How to Close a Speech — The Peroration

The Art of Remembering in Oratory

EPICTETUS

C. 50 A. D.-(?)

On the Power of Speaking

Tacitus, CORNELIUS

6.557. 117 A. D.

The Rewards of Oratory

On the Education of an Orator

Oratory and the Genius of the Age

Pliny, THE YOUNGER

62-113 A. D.

The Eloquence of the Bar

GELLIUS, AULUS

C. 130-180 A. D.

The Three Kinds of Eloquence

LONGINUS

C. 210—. 273 A. D.

Sublimities in Eloquence

The Style of Demosthenes

MONTAIGNE, Michel Eyquem de

1533-1592

A Consideration upon Cicero

Bacon, Francis

1561-1626

Of Discourse

HOBBES, THOMAS

1588-1679

Analysis and Synopsis of Aristotle's “Rhetoric »

1. Of the Original of Elocution and Pronunciation

II. Of the Choice of Words and Epithets

III. Of the Things that Make an Oration Flat

IV. Of a Similitude

V. Of the Purity of Language

VI. Of the Amplitude and Tenuity of Language

VII. Of the Convenience or Decency of Elocution

VIII. Of Two Sorts of Styles

IX. Of Those Things that Grace an Oration, and Make It

Delightful

X. In What Manner an Oration Is Graced by the Things

Aforesaid

XI. Of the Difference between the Style to Be Used in

Writing and the Style to Be Used in Pleading

XII. Of the Parts of an Oration, and Their Order

XIII. Of the Proem

XIV. Places of Crimination and Purgation

XV. Of the Narration

XVI. Of Proof, or Confirmation and Refutation

XVII. Of Interrogations, Answers, and Jests

XVIII. Of the Peroration

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