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The Art of Public Speaking

CHAPTER XXI
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12. Illustrate how the same anecdote, or a section of a historical address, may be given two different effects by
personal prejudice.
13. What would be the effect of shifting the viewpoint in the midst of a narration?
14. What is the danger of using too much humor in an address? Too much pathos?
FOOTNOTES:
[Footnote 24: How to Attract and Hold an Audience, J. Berg Esenwein.]
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