Sunlight and Shadow by John B. Gough
Sunlight and Shadow
or, Gleanings from My Life Work Comprising Personal Experiences and Opinions, Anecdotes, Incidents, and Reminiscences Gathered from Thirty-Seven Years; Experience on the Platform and Among the People at Home and Abroad
by John B. Gough
John B. Gough was a popular orator in the temperance movement in the United States.
This book is a collection of anecdotes from Gough’s popular temperance lectures.
"His speech, rich with evangelical symbolism and Victorian language, was filled with urgency… Gough's appeal to emotion was rooted in his belief, shared with other evangelicals, that temperance was primarily about individual conversion to a pledge of personal abstinence"
This printing is from 1889. The book is in very good condition with minimal wear. There is a name written at the top of the first page of the book.
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