Pomp & circumstance: ceremonial speaking
Alistair Press, Educational Video Group, Oct 1, 2002 - Language Arts & Disciplines - 281 pages
A text for public speaking course, including 50 transcripts of commencement addresses, eulogies and commemorative speaking. Discussions of the history and development of ceremonial rhetoric and how ceremonial rhetoric impacts students lives as audience members and practitioners are included.
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Chapter ICommencement Addresses
Rutgers University 1954
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American Barbara Jordan become believe Betty Betty Shabazz called celebrate century civil religion College colonies commemoration commencement address commencement ceremony commencement speakers commencement speech courage culture D-Day danger death deceased democracy Dwight Eisenhower eagle Eleanor Roosevelt England epideictic eulogy faith fear force freedom friends funeral future gave give graduates Harvard heart heroes honor hope human ideals individual institutions Jefferson Joe DiMaggio land liberty lives look Lynchburg College Margaret Chase Smith memorial military monument Monument Avenue Nackey Loeb nation Negro never occasion oration ourselves parents past Paul Tsongas peace person political present President religious remember revolution Richard Nixon ritual Roosevelt Senator served social society speak spirit things United University Vietnam Veterans Memorial woman women words young