Oral Reading: Discussion and Principles, and an Anthology of Practice Materials from Literature, Classical and Modern

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Prentice-Hall, 1955 - Elocution - 492 pages
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Instruction on reading aloud, accompanied by practice selections.

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Contents

IMPORTANCE NATURE AND FUNCTION
1
SOME AESTHETIC CONSIDERATIONS
22
THE PROVINCES OF THE READER THE ACTOR AND THE SPEAKER
50
Conrad Aiken Bread and Music 330
52
TOOLS OF UNDERSTANDING AND APPRECIA TION
61
WORDS WORDS WORDS
94
VOICE AND SPEECH
122
Charles Kingsley Young and old 355
147
PART
267
Sidney Lanier A Ballad of Trees and the Master 356
269
ESSAYS SPEECHES REPORTS
273
Winifred Letts The Spires of Oxford 357
287
NARRATIVE PROSE
291
Simon Legree 218
313
Blake The Tiger
336
Robert Burns Honest Poverty
341

SOME PROBLEMS IN TECHNIQUE
150
READING NARRATIVE PROSE
171
THE READERS RELATIONSHIPS
181
THE PUBLIC RECITAL
195
CHORAL READING
210
Bible Beatitudes
217
RADIO AND TELEVISION READING
224
THE READER HIMSELF
239
LISTENING TO A SELECTION
253
ANTHOLOGY
257
Ralph Waldo Emerson Days
349
Henry Wadsworth
358
Thomas Moore Orator Puff 141
366
PLAYS
413
DRAMATIC MONOLOGUES
441
SUGGESTED READING IN THE FIELD OF ORAL
450
SUGGESTED READING IN THE FIELD OF LITERARY
457
TERMS OF VERSIFICATION
467
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