Well May We Say: The Speeches That Made Australia

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Sally Warhaft
Black Inc., Jan 1, 2004 - Literary Criticism - 587 pages
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In a time when little attention is paid to public speaking, this bestselling collection provides a reminder that this country has a unique and distinguished tradition of public oratory. Included here are speeches by Paul Keating, Patrick White, Geoffrey Blainey, Ben Chifley, Sir William Deane and many more. From the inspirational to the eulogising, from the political to the satirical, from the sacred to the controversial, the speeches in this long overdue anthology are each deftly introduced by innovative researcher Sally Warhaft. This is the definitive collection. Now in its third reprint.
  

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