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change of pitch, 52-54; as a means | Lady of the Lake, The, 164.
of emphasis, 53; in musical verse, Lalla Rookh, 39.
242–43; effect of emotion on, 236; Lamb, Charles, Dissertation
244–48.

Roast Pig, 68.
Ingersoll, Robert G., Address at His Landor, Walter Savage, Finis, 91.

Brother's Funeral, 188; A Vision Lanier, Sidney, The Marshes of
of War, 242.

Glynn, 267–69.
Intensity, principles of, in speech, Lantern-Bearers, The, 48–50.
125–29.

Last Fight of the Revenge, The, 243,
Interest, depends on knowledge, 7. Laus Deo, 136–37.
Intonation, a fault in melody, 249– Leadership of Educated Men, The,
50.

176–77.
Irving, Washington, The Legend of Lear, Edward, The Jumblies, 195–96.

Sleepy Hollow, 23–29; 116–23; Left Out on Lone Star Mountain, 18.
Stratford-on-Avon, 30.

Legend Beautiful, The, 275–78.

Legend of Sleepy Hollow, The, 23-
Jackson, Helen Hunt, Spinning, 29; 116–23.
144-45.

Liberal Education, A, 45–46.
James, William, Talks to Teachers, Life (Sill), 246–48.
66-67.

Life, Webster's definition of, 253.
Jerome, Jerome K., Three Men in a Life of Samuel Johnson, 38.
Boat, 190-92; 262–63.

Lincoln, Abraham, Second Inaugural
Johnson, Samuel, sentence from, 89. Address, 56; reference to his Ad-
Jolly Old Pedagogue, The, 225–26. dress at Gettysburg, 106.
Jonson, Ben, Catiline, 94.

Lincoln as a Lawyer and Orator, 67.
Jordan, David Starr, The Call of the Lines, length of, should be observed
Macbeth, 66; 91; 137–38; 149–50; | Oliver Twist, 226–28.
212-13; 228-30; 245.

Twentieth Century, 214; Men Told in poetry, 169–70; “run on,” 169.
Me, Lord, 271–72.

Literary History of America, A, lines
Julius Cæsar, 41; 63–64; 69; 90; from introduction to, 253.
182; 238.

Literature, of power and of knowl-
Jumblies, The, 195–96.

edge, 4; power of, realized through

oral reading, 4; defined, 105; sym-
Keats, John, On first looking into pathetic rendering of, improves
Chapman's Homer, 45.

voice, 205; 213.
Key, defined, 237; effect of thought Long, John D., Memorial Day Ad-

and emotion on, 238–41; effect of dress, 40.
temperament and constitution on, Longfellow, Henry Wadsworth, Paul
237; infuence of size of room on, Revere's Ride, 36; King Robert of
238.

Sicily, 84; Evangeline, 89; 272–73;
King Henry the Eighth, 20; 72; 139– The Building of the Ship, 179–80;

Daybreak, 196; The Rainy Day,
King Henry the Fifth, 38; 72–73; 239. 206; A Psalm of Life, 245; The Leg-
King Henry the Fourth, 61; 72; 257– end Beautiful, 275–78.
59.

Lost Cause, The, 190.
King Richard the Second, 39; 69; 70; Lost Days, 219.
220-21.

Lotos-Eaters, The, 266–67.
King Richard the Third, 150–51. Loudness, not evidence of power,
King Robert of Sicily, 84.

125-26.
Kipling, Rudyard, Řecessional, 188, Lowell, James Russell, The Street,
89.

153; Stanzas on Freedom, 183.
Knowles, James Sheridan, William Lubbock, Sir John, The Pleasures of
Tell, 257.

Life, 91.

41.

On a Piece of Chalk, 146–47.
Man Without a Country, The, 73–82. On Affairs in America, 64; 91.
Manfred, 184–85.

On_first looking into Chapman's
Mankind, 179.

Homer, 45.
Manner, incidental to matter, 8. On the Eve of Bunker Hill, 189–90.
Marmion, 155-56; 175.

On the Study of Literature, 37.
Marmontel, Jean F., quoted, 105. One-Hoss Shay, The, 180–81.
Marshes of Glynn, The, 267–69. Opportunity, 135.
Melody, in relation to meaning, 51; Oral composition, value and limita-

influence of emotion on vocal, 236– tions of, 1-3.
37; faults in, 248-49.

Oral reading, place of, in education,
Memorial Day Address, 40.

1; value of training in, 4-5; prob-
Men Told Me, Lord, 271-72.

lems involved in, 6–8; principles
Merchant of Venice, The, 85; 185– of, derived from conversation, 9-
86; 205-06; 211-12; 261-62.

10; what it involves, 15; meaning
Metre, logical emphasis in relation perverted by thoughtless, 15; at

to, 164–69; effect of, on pronunci- sight, 16–17; purpose of, 16;
ation, 166–67; assistance of, 'n “sing-song,” 16; compared with
rendering meaning, 167-69; and conversation, 22; rate of utterance
rhythm, 173.

in, 130.
Midsummer Night's Dream, A, 131. Orations, declamatory style in de-
Miller, Joaquin, Mankind, 179; livery of, 114.
Columbus, 217–18.

O'Shaughnessy, Ode, 261.
Milton, John, Hymn on the Morning Our National Parks, 142–44.

of Christ's Nativity, 39; Paradise Ozymandias, 183.

Lost, 62; 69; 90.
Monotony, how to overcome fault Paradise Lost, 62; 69; 90.
of, 61.

Passing of Arthur, The, 154-55.
Moore, Thomas, Lalla Rookh, 39. Paul Revere's Ride, 36.
Morley, John, On the Study of Liter- Pause, for preparation, 16–17; and
ature, 37.

word groups, 30; length of, 30–31;
Mountains of California, The, 44 as a means of emphasis, 84.
45.

Peabody, Francis Greenwood, The
Muir, John, The Mountains of Cali- Rhythm of Life, 131.
fornia, 44-45; Our National Parks, Peabody, Josephine Preston, The
142–44.

House and the Road, 91.
Music, elements of, in poetry, 237. Peter, 84.
Mystery of Life, The, 214.

Peveril of the Peak, 70.

Phrases, relation of; how shown, 55.
Nature, 42.

Pickwick Papers, The, 40–41.
New South, The, 65; 162.

Pied Piper of Hamelin, The, 196–
Newman, John Henry, Downfall 202.

and Refuge of Ancient Civilization, Pilgrim's Progress, The, 177-79.
65.

Pippa Passes, 193–94.
Night (sonnet), 263–64.

Pitch intervals, effect of emotion on,

236; influence of thought and feel-
Ode (O'Shaughnessy), 261.

ing on, 241-44; in musical verse,
Ode on the Death of the Duke of Wel- 242–43.
lington, 130.

Pitch variation, cause of, 51; prob-
Ode on the Intimations of Immortality, lems in, 61-82; note on, 321-22.
173.

Pleasures of Life, The, 91.

Poe, Edgar Allan, Silence a Fable, Raleigh, Walter, Style, 69–70.
219-20.

Range, exercises for increasing, 300.
Poetry, as a source of power, 113– Rate. See Time.

14; Wordsworth's definition of, Read, Thomas Buchanan, Drifting,
113; voice training in, 114-15; 269–71; The Rising, 302–04.
relation of, to eloquence, 113–14; Reading. See Oral Reading.
rhythm in reading, 164; elements Recessional, 188–89.
of music in, 237.

Recitations, program of, 330-42.
Pollard, Edward Albert, The Lost Religio Medici, The, 260.
Cause, 190.

Reply to Hayne, 126-27.
Porter, Horace, The Soldier's Creed, Repression, sometimes desirable,
214-15.

107.
Preparation, meaning of, 317. Resonance, quality of voice deter-
Pretense, emotional, 107.

mined by, 203–04; in “orotund”
Princess, The (song from), 244. tone, 208; what determines, 297–
Principles, knowledge of, essential in 98; exercises for securing, 298–

study of expression, 10–11;318–19. 99.
Prisoner of Chillon, The, 187. Rhythm, in speech, 161; function of,
Problems, notes on, 317.

161; in prose, 162–63; conforms
Pronunciation, importance of cor- to sense emphasis in prose, 163;

rect, 287; standard of, 309-10; of poetry, 163; to be observed in
suggestions for improving, 309– reading poetry, 164; in relation to
10; general exercises in, 310–11; time, 172; in relation to metre,
note on, 329.

173; problems in, 175–202; note
Prose, rhythm of, depends on under-

on, 325-26.
standing of speaker, 162–63. Rhythm of Life, The, 130–31.
Proverbs, 62.

Riley, James Whitcomb, Dialect in
Psalm xxiv, 141.

Literature, 40; The South Wind and
Psalm of Life, A, 245.

the Sun, 174.
Public speaking, value and limita- Rising, The, 302–04.

tions of, in class work, 2-3. Rivals, The, 230–35.
Punctuation, and grouping, 34-35; Rossetti, Dante Gabriel, Lost Days,
in relation to inflection, 55.

219.

Rousseau, 94–95.
Quality, definition of vocal, 203; what Rubáiyat of Omar Khayyam, 89.
determines vocal, 203; control of Rules, ineffective in expression, 10.
vocal, 204-05; of voice improved Ruskin, John, Work, 90; The Queen
by rendering literature, 205; kinds of the Air, 177; The Mystery of
of vocal, 206–07; relation of usual Life, 214.
tone to “orotund,” 208; abnor-
mal, 211-12; faults in vocal, 213; Sartor Resartus, 42–43.
problems in vocal, 214-35; note Saul, 210–11.
on vocal, 326–27.

Schurz, Carl, The Venezuelan Ques
Queen of the Air, The, 177.

tion, 71.

Scollard, Clinton, On the Eve og
Rabbi Ben Ezra, 180.

Bunker Hill, 189–90.
Rainbow, The, 183.

Scott, Walter, Hunting Song, 36;
Rainy Day, The, 206.

quotation from, 37; Peveril of the
Raising the Flag over Fort Sumter, Peak, 70; Marmion, 155-56; 175;
70.

The Lady of the Lake, 164; Breathes
Raleigh, Walter, The Last Fight of there the man, 182.
the Revenge, 243.

Seasons, The, 184.

Selections, aim in practice of, 115; use by imitation, 282; overcoming bad

of, for “General Reading,” 319. habits of, 283; attention and dis-
Shakespeare, William, Antony and tinct, 286; distinctness of, ac-

Cleopatra, 68; As You Like It, quired by practice, 287; reveals
94; 224–25; Hamlet, 35; 62; 90; character, 288; good, tends to
151-52; 311; Julius Cæsar, 41; perpetuate itself, 288; elements of,
63–64; 69; 90; 182; 238; King 305; notes on impressive, 323–24;
Henry the Eighth, 20; 72; 139 note on music of, 327; note on
41; King Henry the Fifth, 38; 72– technical principles of, 328.
73; 23; King Henry the Fourth, Speech at the Trial of Warren Hast-
61; 257–59; King Henry the Sixth, ings, 152–53.
72; King Richard the Second, Speech on American Affairs, 64; 91.
39; 69; 70; 220-21; King Richard Spencer, Herbert, quoted, 286.
the Third, 150-51; Macbeth, 66; Spinning, 144-45.
91; 137–38; 149–50; 212–13; 228- Stanzas on Freedom, 183.
30; 245; The Merchant of Venice, Stephens, Alexander H., The Future
85; 185–86; 205–06; 211-12; 261- of the South, 63.
62; A Midsummer Night's Dream, Stevenson, Robert Louis, Mark-
31; 131; Sonnet (64), 38; The heim, 34; The Lantern Bearers, 48-
Taming of the Shreu, 156–57; The 50; The Truth of Intercourse, 91-
Tempest, 39; Twelfth Night, 90; 92; quoted, 105.

The Two Gentlemen of Verona, 62. Stratford-on-Avon, 30.
Shelley, Percy Bysshe, Ozymandias, Street, The (sonnet), 153.
183.

Stress, explained, 131; kinds of, 132–
Sheridan, Richard Brinsley, sentence 34.

from, 61; Speech at the Trial of Study, necessary for reading, 18.
Warren Hastings, 152-53; The Style, reveals character of the indi-
Rivals, 230–35.

vidual, 7-8; incidental to thought,
Sight Reading, preparation for, 16– 8.

17; and simple forms of literature, Style, 69–70.
18.

Subordination, 57–58.
Silas Marner, 15; 35.

Swallows, The, 194.
Silence - a Fable, 219-20.

Sweet, Henry, quoted, 32.
Sill, Edward Rowland, The Fool's Sweetness and Light, 189.

Prayer, 46–48; Opportunity, 135; Switzerland (Baedeker), 252; 254.
Life, 246–48.

Syllables, suppressed, in reading
“Sing-song,” evidence of thought-

verse, 170–71.
lessness, 21; how to correct, 248–
49.

Talk on Books, A, 63.
Soldier's Creed, The, 214–15.

Talks to Teachers, 66–67.
Sonnet (Shakespeare), 38.

Taming of the Shrew, The, 156–57.
Sonnet composed upon Westminster Tempest, The, 39.
Bridge, 141-42.

Tennyson, Alfred, Gareth and Lyn-
Speaking, extemporaneous and im- ette, 39; Enoch Arden, 68; Becket,
promptu, 315-17.

71; The Falcon, 92; Ode on the
Speech, mechanical aspects of, 8; Death of Wellington, 130; song
nature of man determines laws of, from The Coming of Arthur, 151;
9; monotonous and hesitant, 17; The Passing of Arthur, 154-55;
music of, 236; problems in music 310–11; The Charge of the Heavy
of, 252–78; training physical Brigade, 165; Flower in the cran-
agents of, 281-83; mastering me- nied wall, 182; Ulysses, 215–16; In
chanical processes of, 281; acquired Memoriam, 35; 224; 240–41; The
Voices, 288.
Uses of Education for Business, 72. Whittier, John Greenleaf, The Eter-
Utterance, grouping and interrupted, nal Goodness, 127; Laus Deo, 136-

Ballad of the Revenge, 243; song | Voice, demands made by 'literature
from The Princess, 244; Crossing on, 5; use of, acquired by effort, 8;
the Bar, 251; The Lotos-Eaters, thought and feeling determine
266-67.

modulations of, 10; variations of,
Thanatopsis, 38.

unpremeditated in conversation,
Thinking, during speech, 21.

22; poetry as a means of training,
Thomson, James, The Seasons, 184. 113–15; resonance of, 203–04; ef-
Thoreau, Henry David, Walden, 65; fect of emotion on, 204; projection
175–76.

of, 238; value of training, not recog-
Thought, relation of emotion to, nized, 282; variety of good, 283;

6–7; clearness of, in speech, 17. reason for neglect of, 284; im-
Three Men in a Boat, 190–92; 262–63. proved by training, 285; character
Throat, misuse of, in producing of good, 289; range and flexibility

tone, 290; exercises for ease of, of, 299-300; exercises for increas-
294–95.

ing range of, 300-01; general ex-
Time, necessary for preparation, 18; ercise for training, 302–04; note

a means of measuring thought on training, 328–29.
value, 84; significance of, 129–31; Voices, 288.
rhythm in relation to, 172-75; Vowels, prolongation of, a means
relation of metre to, 172-73; de- of emphasis, 86; how formed, 305;
pends on speaker, 172; evidence essentials of correct utterance of,
of speaker's understanding, 173; 305; exercises in enunciation of,
slow, 173; medium, 174; fast, 306-08.

174–75; use of, in class, 319.
Tone, intensity of, 125; making, Walden, 65; 175–76.

283–84; how to gain ease in pro- Warner, Charles Dudley, In the
ducing, 290; misuse of throat in Wilderness, 37.
producing, 290; clearness of, in rela- Washington, 45.
tion to breathing, 295–96; exercises Washington, Booker T., Up from
for clearness of, 296–97; what deter- Slavery, 67–68; 136.
mines resonance of, 297–98; exer- Webster, Daniel, The Constitution

cises for resonance of, 298–99. and the Union, 65–66; Reply to
Truth of Intercourse, The, 91-92. Hayne, 126–27.
Twelfth Night, 90.

Webster's New International Dica
Two Gentlemen of Verona, The, 62. tionary, definition of Life, 253.

Wendell, Barrett, quoted, 106; A
Ulysses, 215–16.

Literary History of America, 253.
Uncommercial Traveller, The, 93. White, Joseph Blanco, Night, 263–
Understanding, enjoyment and in- 64.
terest depend on, 7.

Whitman, Walt, lines from, 182;
Up from Slavery, 67–68; 136.

32–33; effusive,” “expulsive,” 37; Conduct, 184.
and “explosive” (footnote), 32. William Tell, 257.

Wind in a Frolic, The, 148–49.
Venezuelan Question, The, 71. Wolfe, Charles, The Burial of Sir
Vision of War, A, 242.

John Moore, 186–87.
Vocal energy, modulations of, 124-Woodnotes, 66.

34; cause of uniform, 124; control Words, meaning of, influenced by
of all degrees of, 128–29; duration utterance, 15–16; misconception
of, 129-31; problems in, 134-60. I of, in reading, 21; mechanical rep-

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