|Title:||Lessons in the art of extemporaneous speaking in book form. Containing full instruction, and practice lessons so arranged that any person, without the aid of a teacher, may be able to master the English language, learn to think and talk on the feet easily and readily, and become excellent extemporaneous speakers and conversationalists. Complete in one volume. With lessons arranged for daily practice. By Edmund Shaftesbury [pseud.]|
|Author:||Shaftesbury, Edmund, 1852-1926|
|Note:||Washington, D.C., The Martyn College Press, 1889|
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