Quotation Book Reviews
Browsing Category: Reference Quotation Books
Showing items 11 to 14 of 14 total books.
Dick Enberg's Humorous Quotes For All Occasions
by Dick Enberg, Brian Morgan, Wendy Morgan
Sportscaster Dick Enberg has assembled a collection of over 1000 quotations on 29 topics such as Birthdays, Money, Perserverance, and Politics. While there is a 15-page section on Sports, this is a well-rounded book ideally suited for public speakers.
Abraham Lincoln: Speeches and Writings 1859-1865
by Abraham Lincoln, Don E. Fehrenbacher (Editor)
A compilation of Lincoln's speeches and writings from the time he was president. Includes the Gettysburg Address, his inaugural address, and much more.
21st Century Dictionary of Quotations
by Princeton Language Institute (Editor)
This book is is small and compact, and organized by subject, and would be a good reference. Unfortunately, its poor organization and simple attributions limit its usefulness. Each category has a line that refers to other subjects, but by a number that one must look up: "see also 28, 209 and 373." Useless.
by Eleanor C. Munro (Editor)
"Centuries of Writing and Rituals on Love and Marriage" It seems that the romantic in all of us gets tongue-tied, no matter how eloquent we are normally. This book should help you through all of those times when you officially have to say something to melt ones heart.