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  • Title: Art of Lecturing: Lecture I
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    • writing notes and passing them to each other. This teacher
    • any reminder. The note-writing stops. This result rests
  • Title: Art of Lecturing: Lecture V
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    • leads to a good speech. The reason for not writing down the
    • from ourselves. In the same way as one can separate writing
    • writing egotistically; he has the forms of the letters in his
    • emphasized such a style of writing for a certain length of
    • example, observed at one time how such a lesson in writing
    • not really present with anything but the hand in writing.
    • Another form of writing is the one that is not egotistical;
    • it is the unselfish style of writing. It consists of not
    • really writing with the hand, as it were, but with the eye;
    • where one is not the slave of a handwriting. Instead, after a
    • while, one has difficulty in even writing one's name the same
    • were. This is the more unselfish writing. Writing out of the



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