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The Art of Public Speaking by Dale Carnegie

The Art of Public Speaking

by Dale Carnegie

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Before Dale Carnegie penned How to Win Friends and Influence People, he co-author The Art of Public Speaking with Joseph B. Esenwein in 1915. This book has finally been recorded on audio by a group of volunteer narrators at Librivox. The unabridged audio book runs 19 hours and contains 31 chapters for how to improve your public speaking. The last 15 sections of this audio book are real speeches by famous men to function as a study aid. Download this free self help classic available on Librivox.


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  • Things to Think of First - A Foreword

  • Ch. I: Acquiring Confidence Before an Audience

  • Ch. II: The Sin of Monotony

  • Ch. III: Efficiency through Emphasis and Subordination

  • Ch. IV: Efficiency through Change of Pitch

  • Ch. V: Efficiency through Change of Pace

  • Ch. VI: Pause and Power

  • Ch. VII: Efficiency through Inflection

  • Ch. VIII: Concentration in Delivery

  • Ch. IX: Force

  • Ch. X: Feeling and Enthusiasm

  • Ch. XI: Fluency through Preparation

  • Ch. XII: The Voice

  • Ch. XIII: Voice Charm

  • Ch. XIV: Distinctness and Precision of Utterance

  • Ch. XV: The Truth about Gesture

  • Ch. XVI: Methods of Delivery

  • Ch. XVII: Thought and Reserve Power

  • Ch. XVIII: Subject and Preparation

  • Ch. XIX: Influencing by Exposition

  • Ch. XX: Influencing by Description

  • Ch. XXI: Influencing by Narration

  • Ch. XXII: Influencing by Suggestion

  • Ch. XXIII: Influencing by Argument

  • Ch. XXIV: Influencing by Persuasion

  • Ch. XXV: Influencing the Crowd

  • Ch. XXVI: Riding the Winged Horse

  • Ch. XXVII: Growing a Vocabulary

  • Ch. XXVIII: Memory Training

  • Ch. XXIX: Right Thinking and Personality

  • Ch. XXX: After-Dinner and Other Occasional Speaking

  • Ch. XXXI: Making Conversation Effective

  • App. A: 50 Questions for Debate

  • App. B: 30 Themes for Speeches with Source-References

  • App. C: Suggestive Subjects for Speeches; Hints for Treatment

  • App. D: Speeches for Study and Practice - Newell Dwight Hillis

  • App. D: Speeches for Study and Practice - Henry Watterson

  • App. D: Speeches for Study and Practice - John Morley

  • App. D: Speeches for Study and Practice - Robert Toombs

  • App. D: Speeches for Study and Practice - Theodore Roosevelt

  • App. D: Speeches for Study and Practice - Alton B. Parker

  • App. D: Speeches for Study and Practice - John W. Wescott

  • App. D: Speeches for Study and Practice - Henry W. Grady

  • App. D: Speeches for Study and Practice - William Mc. Kinley

  • App. D: Speeches for Study and Practice - John Hay

  • App. D: Speeches for Study and Practice - William Jennings Bryan

  • App. D: Speeches for Study and Practice - Rufus Choate

  • App. D: Speeches for Study and Practice - Albert J. Beveridge

  • App. D: Speeches for Study and Practice - Russell Conwell

  • App. D: Speeches for Study and Practice - Victor Hugo

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