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The Art of Speeches and Presentations: The Secrets of Making People Remember What You Say by Philip Collins

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INDEX

Amis, Martin

anxiety

Archilochus

Aristophanes: Clouds, The

Aristotle

Rhetoric

Auden, W.H.

audience

assessment

contacting members of

educated

hostility

knowledge level

looking at

plural

setting and occasion

size

voluntary vs compelled

auditorium, audience size and

authenticity

autocue

Balzac, Honoré de

Barry, Barnett: ‘simplicity is best’ speech

Beatles, The

beginning of speech

Bennett, Alan: History Boys, The

Berlin, Isaiah

Best, George

Bevin, Ernest

Bible, King James Authorised Version

Blair, Tony

blogs

body language

boredom

breathing

Brooke, Rupert

Brown, Gordon

bullet points

Cameron, David

Cannadine, David: Winston Churchill: Blood, Toil, Tears and Sweat . . .

cards, cue

using

Carter, Jimmy

ceremonial address

character

creating a

portrait

personal

as speaker

of speech

writer’s

Churchill, Winston

‘Battle of Britain’ speech

‘Blood, toil, tears and sweat’

‘Finest hour’

House of Commons 1940 speeches

‘Scaffolding of Rhetoric, The’

Cicero

five canons of persuasive function

clichés

Collins, Major Tim

confirmation

Davies, Graham: Presentation Coach, The

Davis, David

Dead Poets’ Society

delivery

DETAIL mnemonic

detail, attention to

Dickens, Charles

diction

disinterest

Disraeli, Benjamin

Dumas, Alexandre

duration of speech

editing

Eisenhower, President

end of speech

Epstein, Jacob

ethos

expectations

eye contact

Faulkner, William

Fitzgerald, F. Scott

Great Gatsby, The

formality, degree of

functions of speech

Gandhi, Mahatma

Gervais, Ricky

Gettysburg Address

Gladstone, William

graphs, use of

hall, audience size and

handouts

Heinrichs, Jay: Thank You for Arguing

Hemingway, ...

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