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Excerpt from Lincoln's Gettysburg Address: Excerpts From Newspapers and Other Sources Illuminating Aspects of This Most Well-Known Presidential Speech; References to the Literary Worth of the Address
Evening before the delivery of thegettys'burg. Address the result was anything but successful. Un like Seward, he had not the tongue of a ready speaker and' with char: acteristic selfr'criticism he realized' this defect himself. This negative characteristic was undoubtedly due in part to the fact that standard Eng lish was an] acquired dialect with him and theiefore he lacked the spontainity in its hse of one to the manner born.
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bound: 78 pages
publisher: Forgotten Books (May 20, 2017)
isbn: 0259887692, 978-0259887690,
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