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世界著名演讲(英文)

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TheWorld’sFamousOrationsTheWorld’sFamousOrationsAslongastherearehumanrightstobedefendedaslongastherearegreatintereststobeguardedaslongasthewelfareofnationsisamatterfordiscussion,solongwillpublicspeakinghaveitsplaceWilliamJenningsBryanTwomillenniaofWesternCivilizationcomeintofocusthroughthesemasterpiecesbyrhetoriciansSelectedunderthesupervisionofthegreatestoratorofhistime,thesebriefpersuasiveaddressesformbothawindowintohistory’sturningpointsaswellasatimelesscollectionforanyreferenceshelfContentsIContentsPrefaceGreece(BC–BC)Pericles(c–BC)IInFavorofthePeloponnesianWar(BC)IIOnThoseWhoDiedintheWar(BC)IIIInDefenseofHimselfOnthePunishmentoftheMytileneansbyCleon(dBC)Alcibiades(c–BC)IInSupportoftheAthenianExpeditiontoSicilyIITotheSpartansAgainsttheSicilianExpeditionbyNicias(dBC)OntheUnionofSicilyagainstInvadersbyHermocratesAgainstEratosthenesbyLysias(c–cBC)Socrates(–BC)IInHisOwnDefenseIIOnBeingDeclaredGuiltyIIIOnBeingCondemnedtoDeathOntheUnionofGreecetoResistPersiabyIsocrates(–BC)Demosthenes(–BC)ITheSecondOrationAgainstPhilipIIOntheStateoftheChersonesusIIIOntheCrownAgainstCtesiphonOr,OntheCrownbyAeschines(c–BC)AgainstDemosthenesbyDinarchus(–BC)TheWorld’sFamousOrationsRome(BC–AD)ToHisArmybeforeBattlebyPubliusCorneliusScipioAddresstoHisSoldiersbyHannibal(bBC,dorBC)TheGracchi(dBC)IFragmentsbyTiberiusGracchusIIFragmentsbyCaiusGracchusOnaCorruptOligarchybyCaiusMemmius(dBC)OnBeingAccusedofaLowOriginbyCaiusMarius(cBC–BC)Cicero(BC–BC)ITheFirstOrationAgainstVerresIIInOppositiontoaNewAgrarianLawIIITheFirstOrationAgainstCatilineIVTheSecondOrationAgainstCatilineVInBehalfofArchiasthePoetVITheFirstOrationAgainstMarkAntonyVIITheSecondOrationAgainstMarkAntonyHisOrationOvertheDeadBodyofCæsarbyMarkAntony(cBC–BC)Catiline(cBC–BC,)IAnExhortationtoConspiracyIIToHisArmyBeforeHisDefeatinBattleOnthePunishmentoftheCatilineConspiratorsbyJuliusCæsar(BC–BC)OnthePunishmentoftheCatilineConspiratorsbyCatotheYounger(BC–BC)Germanicus(BC–AD)IToHisMutinousTroopsIIToHisFriendsWhenDyingbyGermanicus(BC–AD)ToNeroWheninDisfavorbySeneca(cBC–AD)Otho(AD–AD)IOnBecomingEmperorIIToHisSoldiersinRomeIIIToHisSoldiersBeforeCommittingSuicideToHisArmyinScotlandbyAgricola(cAD–AD)GreatBritain:I(–)HisSermononAllSaintsbySaintBede(–)RulesforDecentLivingbyJohnWycliffe(c–)TheSecondSermonontheCardbyHughLatimer(–)OntheEveofHisExecutionbyThomasCranmer(–)OntheFirstTemptationofChristbyJohnKnox(–)HisLastWordsontheScaffoldbySirWalterRaleigh(–)OntheConditionofEnglandbySirJohnEliot(–)InHisOwnDefensebyThomasWentworth,EarlofStrafford(–)OnGrievancesintheReignofCharlesIbyJohnPym(–)PleafortheLibertyofUnlicensedPrintingbyJohnMilton(–)AttheOpeningofParliamentundertheProtectoratebyOliverCromwell(–)SirHenryVane(–)IAgainstRichardCromwellIIAtHisTrialforHighTreasonSpeechontheScaffoldbyAlgernonSidney(–)SpeechontheScaffoldbyRichardRumbold(–)TheHeavenlyFootmanbyJohnBunyan(–)OnHisProposedRemovalfromOfficebyRobertWalpole,EarlofOrford(–)AgainsttheGinBilloftheMinistrybyPhilipDormerStanhope,EarlofChesterfield(–)God’sLovetoFallenManbyJohnWesley(–)OntheMethodofGracebyGeorgeWhitefield(–)ToHisArmyBeforeQuebecbyJamesWolfe(–)WilliamPitt,EarlofChatham(–)ITheRetorttoWalpoleIIOntheRighttoTaxAmericaIIIOnAffairsinAmericaOntheRighttoTaxAmericabyWilliamMurray,EarlofMansfield(–)JohnWilkes(–)IOnCoerciveMeasuresinAmericaIIConquestofAmericaImpossibleGreatBritain:II(–)WilliamPittITheWarinAmericaDenouncedIIOnanAttempttoForceHisResignationIIIOntheRefusaltoNegotiatewithFranceCharlesJamesFoxIOntheBritishDefeatinAmericaIITheTyrannyoftheEastIndiaCompanyIIITheForeignPolicyofWashingtonIVOntheRefusaltoNegotiatewithFranceOntheHorrorsoftheSlaveTradeOnLimitationstoFreedomofSpeechAPleaforFreeSpeechWhenOldThingsPassAwaybyThomasChalmers(–)OntheReformBillbyThomasBabington,LordMacaulay(–)OnEmancipationfortheNegrobyHenryPeter,LordBrougham(–)TheEffectsofProtectiononAgriculturebyRichardCobden(–)ForaRepealoftheCornLawsbySirRobertPeel(–)OnAffairsinGreecebyHenryJohnTemple,rdViscountPalmerston(–)OnCharityandHumorbyWilliamMakepeaceThackeray(–)CatholicismandtheReligionsoftheWorldbyJohnHenryNewman(–)JohnBrightIOntheEnglishForeignPolicyIIOnthe“Trent”AffairGreatBritain:IIIOnCanadianConfederationbySirJohnAlexanderMacdonald(–)AddressasLordRectorofEdinburghUniversitybyThomasCarlyle(–)TheSecretbeyondSciencebyGoldwinSmith(–)OnthePrinciplesofHisPartybyBenjaminDisraeli,EarlofBeaconsfield(–)OntheDomesticandForeignAffairsofEnglandbyWilliamEwartGladstone(–)HisPleaattheBaroftheHousebyCharlesBradlaugh(–)His“TrustthePeople”SpeechbyRandolphHenrySpencer,LordChurchill(–)OntheDesertionofGordoninEgyptbyRobertArthurTalbotGascoyneCecil,dMarquessofSalisbury(–)MenMadeRichbythePovertyofChristbyCharlesHaddonSpurgeon(–)TheDistinctionofBurkebyAugustineBirrell(–)OntheGovernmentofIrelandBillbyJames,ViscountofBryce(–)OntheBenefitsofReadingbyArthurJames,EarlofBalfour(–)RobertBurnsbyArchibaldPhilipPrimrose,EarlofRosebery(–)TheTrueConceptionofEmpirebyJosephChamberlain(–)OntheDeathofQueenVictoriabySirWilfridLaurier(–)HisAddressatPittsburgbyJohn,ViscountMorley(–)SirHenryCampbellBannerman(–)IOnthePolicyoftheLiberalPartyIIHis“TheDumaIsDead:LongLivetheDuma,”SpeechOnthePolicyoftheEnglishLiberalsbyLordRobertReidLoreburn(b)Ireland(–)EdmundBurke(–)IOnConciliationwithAmericaIIPrinciplesinPoliticsIIIAttheTrialofWarrenHastingsHenryGrattan(–)IAPleaforIrishLegislativeIndependenceIIInvectiveAgainstCorryAttheTrialofWarrenHastingsbyRichardBrinsleySheridan(–)JohnPhilpotCurran(–)IInBehalfofRowanandFreeSpeechIIAttheProsecutionofJohnsonforLibelOnBeingFoundGuiltyofTreasonbyRobertEmmet()CharlesPhillips(c–)IAnAddresstoCatholicsIITheCharacterofNapoleonOnCatholicReliefbyBaronWilliamConynghamPlunket(–)RichardLalorSheil(–)IOntheIrishas“Aliens”IIOntheDisabilitiesoftheJewsAttheBaroftheHouseofLordsbyIsaacButt(–)InFavoroftheRepealoftheUnionbyDanielO’Connell(–)OnAbhorringtheSwordbyThomasFrancisMeagher(–)OntheZuluWarbyAMSullivan(–)CharlesStewartParnell(–)IOntheForgedLetterPrintedintheLondon“Times”IIOntheHomeRuleBillOntheIrishLandLeaguebyMichaelDavitt(–)OntheDeathofGladstonebyJohnDillon(–)IrelandandtheCoronationbyJohnEdwardRedmond(–)ContinentalEurope(–)PartI:EarlyChristianityTheBlessingsofDeathbySaintJohnChrysostom(c–)OntheLord’sPrayerbySaintAugustine(–)TheDivineTragedybyPeterAbelard(–)WhyAnotherCrusadebySaintBernardofClairvaux(–)PartII:TheReformationGirolamoSavonarola(–)OnMercenarySoldiersbyHuldreichZwingli(–)BeforetheDietofWormsbyMartinLuther(–)OntheDeathofLutherbyPhilipMelanchthon(–)OnSufferingPersecutionbyJohnCalvin(–)PartIII:ModernFranceOntheDeathoftheGreatCondébyJacquesBénigneBossuet(–)OnthePassionofChristbyLouisBourdaloue(–)TrueandFalseSimplicitybyFrançoisdeSalignacdelaMotheFénelon(–)OfaMalignantTonguebyJeanBaptisteMassillon(–)HonoréGabrielRiquetti,ComtedeMirabeau(–)AgainstMajorityAbsolutismbyAntoinePierreJosephMarieBarnave(–)OntheSituationinFrancebyPierreVicturnienVergniaud(–)GeorgesJacquesDanton(–)MaximilienMarieIsidoreRobespierre(–)InHisOwnDefensebyJeanPaulMarat(–)OntheSituationinFrancebyPierreJosephCambon(bd)InvectiveAgainstDantonbyLouisdeSaintJust(–)OntheHeroismofthe“Vengeur’s”SailorsbyBertrandBarèredeVieuzac(–)NapoleonI(–)AgainstSettingupanEmperorbyLazareNicolasMargueriteCarnot(–)ToaDeputationofPolesbyAlphonseMarieLouisdeLamartine(–)InDefenseofHisSonbyVictorMarieHugo(–)EducationforthePeasantryinFrancebyLéonGambetta(–)FranceandtheUnitedStatesbyPaulHenriBenjamin,Barond’EstournellesdeConstant(–)IntheDebateonSocialismwithClemenceaubyJeanJaurès(–)IntheDebateonSocialismwithJaurèsbyGeorgesClemenceau(–)PartIV:ItalyTotheYoungMenofItalybyGiuseppeMazzini(–)ToHisSoldiersbyGiuseppeGaribaldi(–)RomeastheCapitalofUnitedItalybyCamilloBenso,ContediCavour(–)RomeastheCapitalofUnitedItalybyCamilloBenso,ContediCavour(–)PartV:ModernGermany,HungaryandSpainFrederickII(–)TheCanossaSpeechbyOttovonBismarck(–)OnHisWelcometoNewYorkbyLouisKossuth(–)PleaforaRepublicinSpainbyEmilioCastelaryRipoll(–)OntheDeathofLouisKossuthbyCountAlbertApponyi(b)America:I(–)LogantoLordDunmorebyJamesLogan(c–)RedJacketontheReligionoftheWhiteManandtheRedbyRedJacket(c–)TheShawneeChiefTecumseh(–)ITecumsehtoGovernorHarrisonatVincennesIITecumsehtoGeneralProctorTheChoctawChiefPushmataha(–)BlackHawktoGeneralStreetbyChiefoftheSacsBlackHawk(–)PeterWilsonontheEmpireStatebyTheCayugaChiefPeterWilsonInOppositiontoWritsofAssistancebyJamesOtis(–)BenjaminFranklin(–)IHisExaminationBeforetheHouseofCommonsIIOntheFederalConstitutionIIIDangersofaSalariedBureaucracyPatrickHenry(–)IThe“GiveMeLibertyorGiveMeDeath”SpeechIIShallLibertyorEmpireBeSoughtGeorgeWashington(–)IOnHisAppointmentasCommanderinChiefIIHisFirstInauguralAddressIIIHisFarewellAddressOnAmericanIndependencebySamuelAdams(–)FortheReliefofSlavesbyWilliamPinkney(–)OntheAdoptionoftheFederalConstitutionbyAlexanderHamilton(–)OntheFederalConstitutionbyJohnMarshall(–)OntheTreatywithGreatBritainbyFisherAmes(–)HisFirstInauguralAddressbyThomasJefferson(–)OntheDeathofHamiltonbyEliphaletNott(–)OnOffensiveWarwithEnglandbyJohnRandolph(–)TheIssueintheRevolutionbyEdwardEverett(–)AndrewJackson(–)IHisSecondInauguralAddressIIHisFarewellAddressAndrewJackson(–)OntheDeathofLafayettebySargentSPrentiss(–)OntheMurderofLovejoybyWendellPhillips(–)ThePeopleinArt,Government,andReligionbyGeorgeBancroft(–)OntheExpungingResolutionbyThomasHartBenton(–)OntheAmericanScholarbyRalphWaldoEmerson(–,)America:II(–)OntheFooteResolutionbyRobertYoungHayne(–)DanielWebster(–)ITheFirstBunkerHillMonumentOrationIIInReplytoHayneIIIOntheClayCompromiseHenryClay(–)ITheEmancipationofSouthAmericaIIHisAttackonJacksonIIIOnHisOwnCompromiseMeasuresJohnCaldwellCalhoun(–)IOntheExpungingResolutionIIOntheClayCompromiseMeasuresOntheMexicanWarbyThomasCorwin(–)TheSouthandthePublicDomainbyAlexanderHamiltonStephens(–)HisWelcometoKossuthbyWilliamCullenBryant(–)HisEulogyofWebsterbyRufusChoate(–)OntheCrimeagainstKansasbyCharlesSumner(–)InDefenseofHisAttackonSumnerbyPrestonSmithBrooks(–)HisSpeechtotheCourtatHisTrialbyJohnBrown(–)OntheDeathofJohnBrownbyWilliamLloydGarrison(–)HisSpeechofProtestintheCharlestonConventionbyWilliamLowndesYancey(–)OnWithdrawingfromtheUnionbyJeffersonDavis(–)OnRes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