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A' That and AThat, For, 27475. Breath, management of, 291-92;
Abou Ben Adhem, 41-42.

exercises for control of, 292–94.
Addison, Joseph, Hymn, 138–39. Breathes there the man, 182.
Address at His Brother's Funeral Breathing, and grouping, 33–34.
(Ingersoll), 188.

Bridges, Robert, Washington, 45.
Address on Abraham Lincoln, 39. Browne, Thomas, Religio Medici,
Affectation, cause of, in elocution,

260.
7; ineffectiveness of, 107–08. Browning, Robert, Horo They
Alexander, Mrs. C. F., The Burial of Brought the Good News from Ghent
Moses, 264–66.

to Aix, 131; Cavalier Tunes, 149;
American Flag, The, 135.

Rabbi Ben Ezra, 180; Pippa
Analysis, illustrations of, for clear- Passes, 193–94; The Pied Piper

ness, 19-20; importance of, 20–21. of Hamelin, 196–202; Saul, 210-
Antithesis, how expressed, 59.

11.
Antony and Cleopatra, 68.

Bryant, William Cullen, Thanatop-
Arnold, Edwin, The Swallows, 194. sis, 38; The Gladness of Nature, 128.
Arnold, George, The Jolly Old Peda- Building of the Ship, The, 179–80.
gogue, 225–26.

Bunyan, John, Pilgrim's Progress,
Arnold, Matthew, Sweetness and The, 177–79.
Light, 189.

| Burial of Moses, The, 264–66.
Assignments, program of, 330–42. Burial of Sir John Moore, The, 186–
As You Like It, 94; 224-25.

87.
At the End of the Day, 159–60. Burns, Robert, For A' That and A'
Attention, necessity of, in reading, That, 27475.
21; and force, 106.

Byron, George Gordon, Childe Har-
Autocrat of the Breakfast Table, The, old & Pilgrimage, 19; 68; 70;89; 93;
62; 95–96; 207–08; 283–84.

Manfred, 184–85; The Prisoner of

Chillon, 187; Darkness, 210; Son-
Baedeker, Switzerland, 252; 254. net on Chilton, 252–53.
Bailey, Philip James, Festus, 31.
Ballad of the Revenge, The, 243. Cadence, minor, to be avoided, 250-
Bards of the Bible, 216–17.

51.
Becket, 71.

Call of the Twentieth Century, The,
Beecher, Henry Ward, Address on 214.

Abraham Lincoln, 39; Raising the Carlyle, Thomas, Sartor Resartus,
Flag Over Fort Sumter, 70.

43; Essay on Biography, 91; Rouse
Benson, Arthur C., From a College seau, 94–95.
Window, 240.

Carruth, William Herbert, Each in
Bible, I Corinthians, 91; Ecclesiastes, His Own Tongue, 192–93.

153–54; Genesis, 133; II Peter, Catiline, 94.

84; Proverbs, 62; Psalms, 141. Cavalier Tunes, 149.
Blaine, James G., Funeral Oration Change of pitch, and grouping, 31-
on Garfield, 236.

32; definition of, 52; as a means of
Boswell, James,, Life of Samuel emphasis, 54; in relation to inflec-
Johnson, 38.

tion, 54.

Character, revealed in speech, 7-8; \ Daybreak, 196.
288.

Dialect in Literature, 40.
Charge of the Heavy Brigade, The, Diaphragm, action of, in speech, 291

165.
Chatham, Earl of, Speech on Ameri- Diekens, Charles, quotation from,
can Affairs, 64; 91.

38; A Christmas Carol, 84; 86;
Childe Harold's Pilgrimage, 19; 68; 157–59; 221-23; 25557; Dombey
70; 89; 93.

and Son, 162; Oliver Twist, 226–
Chillon, Sonnet on, 252-53.

28; The Pickwick Papers, 40-41;
Choate, Joseph H., Lincoln as a The Uncommercial Traveller, 99.
Lawyer and Orator, 67.

Dickens in Camp, 36.
Christmas Carol, A, 84; 86; 157–59; Dissertation on Roast Pig, 68.
221-23; 25557.

Dombey and Son, 162.
Clauses, relation of, how shown, 55. Dowden, Edward, quotation from
Clearness in speech, result of think- New Studies in Literature, 5-6.
ing, 15; 17.

Downfall and Refuge of Ancient Cio-
Clough, Arthur Hugh, Columbus, ilization, 65.
194.

Drake, Joseph Rodman, The Ameri-
Coleridge, Samuel Taylor, Hymn to can Flag, 135.
Mont Blanc, 209; 254–55.

Drifting, 269–71.
Columbus (Clough), 194.

Drummond, Henry, A Talk on Books,
Columbus (Miller), 217–18.

63.
Coming of Arthur, The (song from),
151.

Each in His Own Tongue, 192–93.
Community of Humorists, A, 128. Ecclesiastes, 153–54.
Completeness of thought, how shown, Elegy in a Country Churchyard, 90;
52; 55.

187.
Conduct, 184.

Eliot, Charles William, Uses of Edu-
Consonants, effect of, on melody of cation for Business, 72.

speech, 52; how formed, 308; clear Eliot, George, Silas Marner, 35.
enunciation of, 308; exercises in Elocution, affectation in, 7; preju-
enunciation of, 309.

dice against, 108.
Constitution and the Union, The, 65– Eloquence, relation of, to poetry,
66.

113–14.
Contrast and Comparison, 59. Emerson, Ralph Waldo, Nature, 42;
Control, strength in self, 107–08. Woodnotes, 66.
Conversation, principles of reading Emotion, relation of thought to, 6-

and speech derived from, 9-10; 7; in literature, 105; the source of
the basis of naturalness in reading, impressive speech, 106; assumed,
22; vocal characteristics of, illus 107; hesitancy to express, 110–11;
trated, 22; prevalent faults in, honest expression of, commands

127; qualities of voice in, 207–08. respect, 111; expressed in rhythm,
Corinthians, 91.

161; response to, in reading poetry,
Criticism, 320.

164; influence of, on inflection,
Crossing the Bar, 251.

244 48; response to, 318.
Crothers, Samuel McChord, A Com- Emphasis, by inflection, 53; by
munity of Humorists, 128.

change of pitch, 54; cause and me
Curtis, George William, The Leader thods of, 83; pause as a means of,
ship of Educated Men, 17677. 84; vocal force as a means of, 85–

86; prolongation of vowels as a
Dante, Alighieri, The Inferno, 36. means of, 86; faults in, and value
Darkness, 210.

of study of, 87-88; problems in,

89–101; metrical accent in relation | Grouping, the basis of, 30; and
to, 164-69.

pause, 30; and change of pitch,
Energy, note on vocal, 324–25. 31-32; and interrupted utterance,
Enoch Arden, 68.

32–33; causes of faulty, 33–34;
Enunciation, distinctness depends and breathing, 33–34; and punc-

on clear, 285; 287; indistinctness tuation of, 34–35; examples of
due to careless, 305–06; exercises faulty, 35–36; emphasis of details
in, 309-11; general exercises in, in, 36-37; problems in, 37–50;
310–11; note on, 329.

note on, 321.
Essay on Biography, 91.
Eternal Goodness, The, 127.

Hale, Edward Everett, The Man
Eulogy on Lafayette, 134-35.

Without a Country, 73–82.
Evangeline, 89; 272–73.

Hamlet, 35; 62; 90; 151-52; 311.
Everett, Edward, Eulogy on Lafay Harte, Bret, Frontier Stories, 18;
ette, 134–35.

Dickens in Camp, 36; 297.
Exercises, purpose and use of, 10–11. Henry, O., The Gift of the Magi, 96–
Experience, reader must understand 101.
author's, 105.

Holmes, Oliver Wendell, The Auto-
Expression, mental and emotional crat of the Breakfast-Table, 62;

causes of faulty, 10; individuality 95–96, 207–08; 283–84; The One
in, 108–09.

Hoss Shay, 180-81.

Hood, Thomas, The Bridge of Sighs,
Falcon, The, 92.

241-42.
Feeling, qualities of voice in strong House and the Road, The, 91.

and elevated, 208–09; in somber, Hovey, Richard, At the End of the
209–10; in genial, 210-11.

Day, 159-60; The Taliesin, 297.
Festus, 31.

Horo They Brought the Good News
Finis, 81.

from Ghent to Aix, 131.
Fitzgerald, Edward, Rubaiyát of Howitt, William, The Wind in a
Omar Khayyam, 89.

Frolic, 148–49.
Flower in the crannied wall, 182. Hunt, Leigh, Abou Ben Adhem, 41-
Fool's Prayer, The, 46–48.

42.
Force, vocal, as a means of emphasis, Hunting Song, 36.

85; depends on speaker's emotion Huxley, Thomas, A Liberal Educa-
al attitude, 106; and attention of tion, 45–46; On a piece of Chalk,
the audience, 106.

146-47.
From a College Window, 240. Hymn (Addison), 138–39.
Funeral Oration on Garfield, 236. Hymn on the Morning of Christ's Na-
Future of the South, The, 63.

tivity, 39.

Hymn to Mont Blanc, 209; 254–55.
Gareth and Lynette, 38–39.
Genesis, 133.

Imitation, effective speech not ac
Gift of the Magi, The, 96-101.

quired by, 8; 9; power not gained:
Gilfillan, George, Bards of the Bible, l by, 110.
216–17.

Impressiveness, and emotion, 105-
Gladness of Nature, The, 188.

123.
Goethe, Johann Wolfgang von, quo- In Memoriam, 35; 294; 240-41.
tations from, 15; 89.

In the Wilderness, 37.
Grady, Henry W., The New South, Incomplete thought, how shown, 62;
65; 162.

56; types of, 5657.
Gray, Thomas, Elegy in a Country Inferno, The, 36.
Churchyard, 90; 187.

Inflection, definition of, 52; and

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