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'For i have neither wit ,nor words,nor worth,/action,nor utterance, nor the power of speech/To stir men's blood.
a. in these lines the speaker lists the qualities of a good orator.what are the qualities that he refers ,to whwn he says 'worth' 'action' and 'utterance'?
b.Do you think the speaker's estimate of hi skills is correct? 

Asked by Harshita Singh 13th March 2015, 6:43 PM
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Answer:

a)    By worth, action and utterance, Antony refers to qualities such as authority, gesture and eloquence needed to make a powerful speech.

b)    The speaker’s estimate of his skills is completely incorrect, as Antony does manage to agitate the crowd and turn them against the conspirators by exposing them. The quote is in fact a instance of irony because Antony’s powerful oratory manages to stir the blood of the Romans. 

Answered by Expert 13th March 2015, 7:44 PM
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