A practical reader, with exercises in vocal culture

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Plan ofWith Examination and Preparation, (Selected).Notes, Papers
andBuAiNEKD Professor of theBy Keli.ogg, A.m., English Language
andLiterature in the andCollegiate Polytechnic Institute,Brooklyn
author of "A Text-Book on "A Text-Book on LiterRhetoric," English
and one of the authors of Reed & "Graded Lessonsature," Kellogg's"
in and Lessons in 33mo. flexible.English," Higher English." Cloth,
The text of these of has been for use inplays Shakespeare adapted
mixed the omission ofclasses, that would be consideredby everything
offensive. The notes have been selected to meet theespecially require-
ments of School and froni editions eminentstudents, editedCollege by
scholars. We are confident that teachers who examine theseEnglish
editions will tliem better to the both of thepronounce wants,adapted
teacher and than other editions Printed fromstudent, any published.
bound in a attractive cloth and sold atlarge type, very binding, nearly
one-half the of other Schoolprtee Editions of Shakespeare.
CLARK & MAYNARD, Publishers.
734 New York,Broadway,//
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Practical Reader
WITH
i!rji*ciTi5C5 in llocal Culture.
BY
CAT^OLIXE B. Le ROW,
Late. I/istn/ctor in Elocution,
SMITH AND A' A S SA U C O 1. 1, E G R S .
"Ill the then, of and mental I demand that the artname, physical well-being,
of aloud sliall be ranked the branches of educa-reading among principal pul)lic
—tion." Ernest LEfioiTE.
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YORK:NEW
Clark 6z Maynard, PuBijsirERS,
734 l^ROADWAY.
1.S8:?.Copyright, 1882, by
CLARK & MAYNARD.
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~^ PREFACE.
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to read wellarc to be able ordinaryAll students expected^
'-' themfor the ofand and it is purpose helpingpoetry,prose
in the ofavcII as to teachersto do as teachingthis, help
isthat this bookreading, prepared.
technicalNoIt is practical. unnecessarythoroughly
and illustratedare used. Thein terms subjects explained
as the result ofare those which, many years' experi-§ only
as the liasence teachers as well compilertsj among pupils,
'-' found most necessary.
mustand correct vocalizationAs deyelopmentphysical^
and therefore mostall thegood reading, simi)lest^precede
fulland yocal exercises are withessential given,physical
for their use.directions
of aThe Selections for nothing merelyreading present
for theof elocution. are upper'J'hey adaptedstyle^showy
as well as for andof Grammar Schools HighJljclasses
^Advanced.
contains more\ii It is claimed that the Practical Reader
work in the"^suitable material for school-room,elocutionary
thanand available^in more form, anycondensed, analytical,
or before the"^Header Speaker public.
&Thanks are due to Messrs. Brothers;Harper Hough-
& Co. How^ard &Mifflin Hulbert; Cowpei-thwaitton, ; Fords,
for to& and Charles Scribner's Sons, permissionCo.;
of theireditionsmake extracts from the pub-copyrighted
also to the authors herein i-opresented.lications;
350G1CONTET^TTS.
PAGE
Davenport. John G. 110Abraham Whitticr,
A IlisTORiCAT. Addrkss. Duiiifl . ICOWebster,
A Liberal Education. Tiiomus 66Henry Huxlej',
A KoYAi. Princess. Clirislina G. . 93Rossetli,
A Thanksgiving Growl. Bdldiciu's 205MunUily,
WendellChristian Citizenship. . 185Pliillips,
Compensation. Frances 79Kidley llavergal,
DoMBEY AND SoN. Cliarlcs . 128Dickens,
Dolly. Harriet Beeclier 96Stowe,
Drafted. Helen L. Bostwick 163
Extracts fro.m Ess.\ys. Waldo 134Kalpli Emerson,
Half 220heard. Carl Spencer
History. James 173Anthony Froude,
How to Read. John Ruskin 197
In the Highlands. William Black, 77
Jack Abbott's Breakfast. 149Hunt,Leigh
Lkft Ashore. Harriet Prescott . 1)3Spofford,
Lilies in Prison. Elizabetli Stuart 139Phelps,
Longing. James Rus.sell Lowell 196
Losses. Fiances Brown 177
Miss Edith Helps Things Along. Bret . 158Haite.
New Every iMornino. Christian 210Union,
Nobility. Alice 204Cary
Ode on the Poets. John Keats, 69
Our 70Honored Dead. Edward Everett,
Our Xkw "William 114Livery. George Curtis,
Partridge at . 192the Pl.ay. Henry Fielding.
Rfdder Gr.xnge. Frank R. . R9Stockton,