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The Important Thing Is That I'm Pretty, Hörbuch...
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Very funny! says Bob Saget. "A brilliant writer," says Howard Stern. Called the "female Dennis Miller", and with an edginess compared to Amy Schumer, everything is a target and nothing is off limits for Kat Radley. Her quick-fire anecdotes as well as her hilarious pop culture references have earned her accolades from Bob Saget and Howard Stern. Hailing from Montclair, Virginia, Kat Radley began her stand-up comedian career as a contestant in Rooftop Comedy's National College Comedy Competition. After being voted into the final four by the public, Radley landed a coveted spot in the Aspen Comedy Festival, representing her alma mater, UVA. Prior to her public debut, Radley unwittingly honed her craft during her upbringing in a large Irish Catholic family, each sibling claiming to be funnier than the next. Beyond her siblings, much of Radley's passion and early inspiration for comedy comes from a combination of her fondness and admiration for the Spartan Cheerleaders of Saturday Night Live and Conan O'Brien's quick, infectious wit on Late Night with Conan O'Brien. Since launching her career, Radley made her stand-up television debut on FOX's Laughs and appeared in many notable festivals, including the Out of Bounds, Laughing Skull, and Women in Comedy festivals. She was also a finalist in the Magners Comedy Festival and the World Series of Comedy, where she took home the Friars Club Audience Award and earned the distinction of Comic to Watch from Time Out New York. In addition to appearing at festivals, Radley performs improv and sketch at the Upright Citizens Brigade and IOWest Comedy Theaters in Los Angeles and hosts her own YouTube talk show, A Chat with Kat. 1. Language: English. Narrator: Kat Radley. Audio sample: http://samples.audible.de/pf/roar/000175/pf_roar_000175_sample.mp3. Digital audiobook in aax.

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Stand: 05.08.2020
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Great Speeches
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In the relatively short span of 25 years — from his first national campaign in 1920 to his death in the first year of his fourth term as President in 1945 — Franklin Delano Roosevelt delivered hundreds of speeches, many of them masterly orations. Perhaps the finest speechmaker in American history, FDR was a consummate expert at reading his audience. He could be dazzlingly informal, imperiously statesmanlike, witheringly sarcastic, stern, and serious, and when the occasion permitted, outright funny. Though his audiences often included more than 30 million listeners in America and millions more around the world, he succeeded in doing what so many speakers strive for and so few accomplish — he left his listeners with the feeling that he was speaking to them alone. This representative collection of 27 of FDR's finest speeches recalls a number of momentous events in his political career and the life of the nation. Included are his dramatic and inspirational First Inaugural Address (March 4, 1933) in which he told the nation that 'the only thing we have to fear is fear itself'; his first 'Fireside Chat' (March 12, 1933) over the radio; his dramatic War Message to Congress (December 8, 1941) following the Japanese attack on Pearl Harbor ('a day that will live in infamy'); his Fourth Inaugural Address (January 20, 1945); and many more. Assembled here in one convenient volume, these speeches provide students of history, politics, and rhetoric, as well as general readers, with an immensely useful reference, a wealth of fine oration, and a valuable window on the Roosevelt years. Includes a selection from the Common Core State Standards Initiative: 'State of the Union Address.'

Anbieter: Orell Fuessli CH
Stand: 05.08.2020
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Great Speeches
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In the relatively short span of 25 years — from his first national campaign in 1920 to his death in the first year of his fourth term as President in 1945 — Franklin Delano Roosevelt delivered hundreds of speeches, many of them masterly orations. Perhaps the finest speechmaker in American history, FDR was a consummate expert at reading his audience. He could be dazzlingly informal, imperiously statesmanlike, witheringly sarcastic, stern, and serious, and when the occasion permitted, outright funny. Though his audiences often included more than 30 million listeners in America and millions more around the world, he succeeded in doing what so many speakers strive for and so few accomplish — he left his listeners with the feeling that he was speaking to them alone. This representative collection of 27 of FDR's finest speeches recalls a number of momentous events in his political career and the life of the nation. Included are his dramatic and inspirational First Inaugural Address (March 4, 1933) in which he told the nation that 'the only thing we have to fear is fear itself'; his first 'Fireside Chat' (March 12, 1933) over the radio; his dramatic War Message to Congress (December 8, 1941) following the Japanese attack on Pearl Harbor ('a day that will live in infamy'); his Fourth Inaugural Address (January 20, 1945); and many more. Assembled here in one convenient volume, these speeches provide students of history, politics, and rhetoric, as well as general readers, with an immensely useful reference, a wealth of fine oration, and a valuable window on the Roosevelt years. Includes a selection from the Common Core State Standards Initiative: 'State of the Union Address.'

Anbieter: Thalia AT
Stand: 05.08.2020
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