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|Wagner, who is far too learned not to set a very low estimate on what may be |
done with a heart, objects: “But it is delivery that makes the orator's Success?' We
now come to the two lines which M. Stapfer is accused of having badly translated.
|The idea of honnéteme'nt, which makes the sense of the phrase, is completely |
sunk in Mr. H.'s translation; and Mr. H. was as ... it necessary to hunt for words?
the translation of Mr. Blackie :- , But it is delivery that makes the orator's success.
Edwin Davies (D.D.) - 1875 - Read
|DELIVERY.— A Good A good delivery is one which no art can give, and which it |
must be at the peril of our souls if, by means of art, we are ever tempted to
assume. It is deep ... The Importance of It is delivery that makes the orator's
|THE rank of Mr. Macaulay as a political orator has long since been ascertained. |
... Goethe has in 'Faust a sentiment to the effect that “delivery makes the orator's
success,”—and Mr. Macaulay has not those rhetorical aids which Lord Lyndhurst,
|Delivery makes the orator's success; Though I'm still far behindhand, I confess. |
Faust. Seek honest gains, without pretence! Be not a cymbal-tinkling fool! Sound
understanding and good sense Speak outwith little art or rule; And when you've ...
|... Oratory, Preaching, Platform and Pulpit Delivery, Voice Building and |
Management, Argumentation, Debate, Reading, Rhetoric ... will be, with higher
influences, more effective as it possesses all the qualifications that make oratory
|It affords the orator the most appropriate kind of discipline. Every successful artist |
must be acquainted with the instruments by which he works, and with the material
upon which he works. If the chemist canv have no hope of success without an ...
|The idea of honnetement, which makes the sense of the phrase, is completely |
sunk in Mr. H.'s translation ; and Mr. H. was as wrong in his ... But it is elocution
that But it is delivery that makes the makes the orator's success. orator's success.
|But those who have been most successful in the practice of eloquence, have left |
behind them their testimony to the correctness of this position. ... Quinctilian, in
his Institutes of Oratory, dwells upon the delivery of thought with more minuteness
and interest than ... A careless delivery, which makes no effort to secure success.
|With respect to the observation, that the mole cannot do as much as the Orator, I |
put it to the Hon. Orator ... I admit that Orators are not always successful; and that
young Orators are sometimes dangerous; they say too much ; and nothing so ...