But the writer and speaker have to do things essentially different.
Includes "From Freedom to Bondage," by Herbert Spencer.
That any one accustomed all this life to the tributary roar of applause from the great council of the nation, should think of dieting himself with the prospect of posthumous fame as an author, is like offering a confirmed rum-drinker a glass of fair water for his morning's draught.
Some essays published earlier as pamphlets
I would like to mention here that a small paragraph in the Talmudic sources refers to "Jesus of Nazareth" as being indicted by the Jewish leadership on several charges and "hanged on the eve of Passover." We ascribe little value to this reference, other than it indicates that there was no denial of Jewish involvement in Jesus' demise.
Listen to the voices in your head and revise English audio.
A 5 page paper that explores the power of the tongue, i.e., the power of speech. Words can make or break a relationship. This essay emphasizes a relationship with God and, therefore, cites numerous Biblical verses that demonstrate how powerful the writers believed the tongue/speech was. Bibliography lists 4 sources.
Because we're deadly serious about English revision!
Lord Chatham commenced his career in the intrigues of a camp and the bustle of a mess-room; where he probably learnt that the way to govern others is to make your will your warrant, and your word a law.
Mark - by the secretary of Peter; based on Peter's preaching
To say the truth, there is little knowledge -- no ingenuity, no parade of individual details, not much attempt at general argument, neither wit nor fancy in his speeches -- but there are a few plain truths told home: whatever he says, he does not mince the matter, but clenches it in the most unequivocal manner, and with the fullest sense of its importance, in clear, short, pithy old English sentences.