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International University Reading Course (8 volumes): a distinct and independent library of reference

£40.00

Product description

Published mid/late 1920s (undated) by International University Society in a set of 8 volumes. 'Text Matter Section 1-8'. Hardback. Blue cloth board covers with gilt lettering & decoration on spine and coat of arms on front cover. Blue end papers. Binding is secure. Some fading of spines and age-toning of inside pages but otherwise in good condition throughout. Each volume is approx 400 pages. Illustration at the front of each volume. Tissue guarded.

Special introduction by Rt Hon Augustine Birrell and Sir Gilbert Parker.

These volumes contain speeches and writing by great orators, writers and politicians from the speech by Cicero (106-43 BC) to the Roman Senate to Austen Chamberlain's 1925 address to the House of Commons on the Locarno Pact. Others featured include Oliver Cromwell, Charles James Fox and Mussolini.

If you want to study the art of public speaking, this extensive reference work is essential. Aspiring politicians, councillors, clergy and teachers - don't miss this opportunity.

Requires 14 inches of shelf space. NB Because of its weight, this set carries an additional postage charge.

Item details

Author(s):
International University
Condition:
Used: good
Dimensions:
9.5 inches x 6.5 inches
Format:
Hardback
Number of pages:
3200
Publisher:
International University Society

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About this item

Published mid/late 1920s (undated) by International University Society in a set of 8 volumes. 'Text Matter Section 1-8'. Hardback. Blue cloth board covers with gilt lettering & decoration on spine and coat of arms on front cover. Blue end papers. Binding is secure. Some fading of spines and age-toning of inside pages but otherwise in good condition throughout. Each volume is approx 400 pages. Illustration at the front of each volume. Tissue guarded.

Special introduction by Rt Hon Augustine Birrell and Sir Gilbert Parker.

These volumes contain speeches and writing by great orators, writers and politicians from the speech by Cicero (106-43 BC) to the Roman Senate to Austen Chamberlain's 1925 address to the House of Commons on the Locarno Pact. Others featured include Oliver Cromwell, Charles James Fox and Mussolini.

If you want to study the art of public speaking, this extensive reference work is essential. Aspiring politicians, councillors, clergy and teachers - don't miss this opportunity.

Requires 14 inches of shelf space. NB Because of its weight, this set carries an additional postage charge.

Author(s):
International University
Condition:
Used: good
Dimensions:
9.5 inches x 6.5 inches
Format:
Hardback
Number of pages:
3200
Publisher:
International University Society

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