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(Boston: Gould, Kendall and Lincoln, [c]), by Ebenezer Bailey (page images at HathiTrust) Juvenile companion and fireside reader: consisting of historical and biographical anecdotes and selections in poetry / (New York: Harper & Bros., Lessons in elocution, or, A selection of pieces in prose and verse: for the improvement of youth in reading and speaking / (Plymouth, Mass.: Ezra Collier, ), by William Scott (page images at HathiTrust) The practice of elocution, or A course of exercises for acquiring the several requisites of.
Page 8. PREFACE. THE author of this work was frequently urged by friends to write, for publication, something that would present a view of the writer's early life, as well as give some of her methods of imparting the intellectual and moral instruction that has proved so eminently successful in influencing and moulding so many lives.
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Elementary Text Book of Zoology. Selections from Latin Authors: Prose and Verse. Post 8vo, 2s. 6d.; or in two Parts, 1s. each. Short and Easy Greek Book. The book should be held in the right hand by the side, standing in the first position then raise it and open it to place, pass it to the left hand letting the right hand drop by the side, the book being held so that the upper part of it is below the chin, so as to show the countenance.
The effect of blank verse depends more upon pause-variation than upon anything else; and by this variation, accompanied by stop or overrun ("enjambment") at the end of the line, verse-paragraphs are constituted, which can contain verse-clauses or sentences, in like manner brought into existence by pauses.
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N. .The Canadian Elocutionist: Designed for the Use of Colleges, Schools and Self Instruction, Together With a Copious Selection in Prose and Poetry of Pieces Adapted for Reading, Recitation and Practice (Toronto: Rose Pub.
Co., ), by Anna Kelsey Howard. multiple formats at ; Gutenberg text. Accent and quantity are distinct things; the former being the stress, force, loudness, or percussion of voice, that distinguishes certain syllables from others; and the latter, the time, distinguished as long or short, in which a syllable isas the great sounds which we utter, naturally take more time than the small ones, there is a necessary connexion between quantity and accent.