The Voice of History: Great Speeches of the English Language
George Alfred Brown Baron George-Brown
Sidgwick & Jackson, 1979 - Discours américains - 196 pages
From Elizabeth I to Winston Churchill, Sir Thomas More to Martin Luther King, Oliver Cromwell to Adlai Stevenson, George Washington to Mrs Pankhurst... Here, brought together for the first time, is some of the finest oratory in the English language, a selection of the most inspiring and exciting, stirring and significant words ever spoken in public.
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