How to Speak and Write Correctly (Golden Classics #46) (Paperback)

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This book is an amazing resource to help you how to improve your speaking and writing skills. It has a lot of information and it is easy to read. You will improve your communication, as well as you will learn how to sell your ideas powerfully.

Interestingly enough, an easy to read guide on speaking and writing. Providing a more traditional outlook, the book reads like a novel, which speaks about the author's style. Almost everyone will find this book helpful in understanding the English language better.

'You can be joyful, playful, jocose, give vent to your feelings, but never stoop to low language and, above all, to language savouring in the slightest degree of moral impropriety.'

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About the Author


Joseph Devlin, also known as Joe Devlin, (13 February 1871 - 18 January 1934) was an Irish journalist and influential nationalist politician. He was a member of parliament (MP) for the Irish Parliamentary Party in the House of Commons of the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Ireland, and later a Nationalist Party MP in the Parliament of Northern Ireland. Born at 10 Hamill Street, in the Lower Falls area of Belfast, he was the fifth child of Charles Devlin (d. 1906) who ran a hackney cab, and his wife Eliza King (d. 1902) who sold groceries from their home. Until he was twelve he attended the nearby St. Mary's Christian Brothers School in Divis Street, where he was educated in a more Irish nationalist and Catholic view of Irish history and culture than offered in the state system. During the 1890s he was active as an organiser in the anti-Parnellite Irish National Federation in eastern Ulster. When William O'Brien founded the United Irish League (UIL) in County Mayo in 1898, Devlin founded the UIL section in Belfast which became his political machine in Ulster. He was elected unopposed as Irish Parliamentary Party (IPP) Member of Parliament for Kilkenny North in the February 1902 by-election.His first political assignment came that year when the Party sent him to Irish Americas on the first of several successful fund-raising missions. He became a distinguished parliamentarian and had reached the top by the skillful use of two remarkable talents, his persuasive and very powerful oratory, and secondly, that he was a great organization man, not merely as General Secretary of the United Irish League, but because he also dominated the Ancient Order of Hibernians. He was the only member of the younger generation to belong to the innermost circle of the IPP leadership and was widely seen as eventual heir-apparent.
Product Details
ISBN: 9781544179988
ISBN-10: 1544179987
Publisher: Createspace Independent Publishing Platform
Publication Date: February 27th, 2017
Pages: 96
Language: English
Series: Golden Classics