Fair. Good copy for reading, may have heavy page wear with writing textual notes highlighting or be an heavily used ex library copy with library markings, stickers or stamps. Dust jacket or accessories may not be included.
Very good jacket. Thirteenth printing. Very good hardcover with very good dust jacket. Unmarked, bright and clean with square and tight binding. Dust jacket is lightly worn at spine ends and corners. Shipping from North Carolina. Enjoy reading with a real book in your hands.
Good. No Jacket. Binding is tight, usual shelf wear, light soiling to covers, spine sun damaged, names on front endpaper, "This book tells how a speaker can improve his speeches with showmanship, ...If you are going to speak at luncheon clubs, civic groups, sales orginizations-in fact, if you are going to speak anywhere-you want to send your listeners home saying, 'This fellow was good. ' And on top of that you want them to say, 'He had a reall message, too. ' If that is your ambition, try out some of the suggestions given on the following pages.", 236 pages.
Good. Publisher: McGraw Hill Date of Publication: 1952 Binding: Hard Cover Edition: 1st Print Condition: Good/No Jacket Description: good hardcover, no dustjacket, no markings, how to upgrade your presentations to performances which will get your point across and entertain your listeners. RB504798.
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