Graded memory selections
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If OF THE
UNIVERSITY
OFV
XAUFOGRADED
MEMORY
SELECTIONS
If
^CLASSICS,
Educational BromfleldPublishing Co., 50 BostonSt.,
N*w York San FrancicChicagoSHAKESPEARE Paper
jf
MACBETH.^
With H. C. B.A London .10J ^ notes, by NORTCUTT, , .5
TWELFTH NIGHT.
'
With E. Lecturer of Lit. 10notes, by LEE, English .95^
HENRY VIII.
H.With G. B.A., London . .10notes, by ELY, .$
A THE TEMPEST.
With E. Lecturer on Lit. .10LEK,notes, by English .15
II.KING RICHARD
With W B . . . .10notes, by BARRY, A., .*$
You LIKE IT.As
With LIONEL W. M. . .19notes, by LYDE, A., .115
MERCHANT OF VENICE.
With GEO. H. B.A. . . .10notes, by ELY., .*s
MIDSUMMER NIGHT'S DREAM.
With notes W. F. BAUGUST . . .soby .ajt
CAESAR.JULIUS
With WALTER DENT BOnotes, by jj
CYMBELINE.
W. F.With notes, BAUGUST. . . .10by .ftg
KING JOHN.
With F. E. B. A. . .notes, WEBB, .10by .*f
HAMLET.
With LIONEL W. A. M. . . .notes, by LYDK, .1C
CORIOLANUS.
With WALTER DENT . . , ,unotes,by M$
KING HENRY V.
With notes W. B. A. . . . .!by BARRY, .J
KING LEAR i ^y
MACAULAY
MACAULAY'S ESSAY ON MILTON.
and M.With introduction A. EATON .M>notes, by 2eg
ESSAY ON ADDISON.
With and M. BATON .notes, by A. .M
FRANCIS BACON.
With introduction Prof. H. MORLEY . . .SOby .99
WARREN
HAST^GS.
With Prof. H. MORLBV . .10by .flg
LAYS OF ANCIENT ROME.
With notes DONALD G. MITCHELL .. . .Mby .$
IRVING
YORK. Vol. I.HISTORY OF NEW . . . elo .g*
Vol. II.
. . .10 .GRADED
Selections
ARRANGED BY
S. D. WATERMAN,
Col.Superintendent of Schools, Berkeley,
W. McCLYMONDS,J.
Superintendent Schools, Oakland, LAof
C. C. HUGHES,
CaUSuperintendent of Schools, Alameda,
EDUCATIONAL PUBLISHING COMPANY
BOSTON
-NEW YORK CHICAGO SAN FRANCISCOCOPYRIGHTED
PUBLISHING COMPANYBY EDUCATIONAL
1903.
GIFTOPAI&
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EDIKX
UBRARY
PREFACE.
It is true that the terms education andunfortunately
culture are not Too often we find thatsynonymous.
the children in our while ofpublic schools, possessed
the are in the other. This is aone, signally lacking
state of that cannot be remediedthings by teaching
mere facts. The found theGreeks, many years ago,
true method of the latter and we shallimparting grace
not be able to discover a better oneprobably to-day.
Their learned Homer and the otheryouths poetsgreat
as a of their and thuspart daily tasks, by constantly
and in their minds the noblestupondwelling storing
and most in their litera-beautifully expressed thought
their own mental life became atture, once refined and
strong.
The allbasis of culture lies in a and elevatedpure
moral and so noted an as Presidentnature, authority
of Harvard has said that the shortEliot, University,
he awhich learned as in havememory gems boy school,
done him in hourmore the of than allgood temptation
the he heardsermons ever A finepreached. thought
beautifulor once stored in the even if atimage, mind,
first it receivedis and with little under-indifferently
is bound to recur and and itsstanding, again again,
will have a if influ-companionship sure, unconscious,
ence. The mind that has been filled in withyouth
such and will bear fruitmany thoughts images surely
in fine and actions.gracious
To the teachers arewho of this thepersuaded truth,
collection of has much to recommend it.present poems
M7875694 PREFACE.
The selections have been chosen both for their
moral influence and for their value as litera-permanent
ture. have been to suit theThey carefully graded
needs of class from the to theevery primary high
school. Either the whole or apoem sufficiently long
has been inserted to the child a com-quotation give
mentalplete picture.
The teacher will thus the ofescape difficulty choosing
a too abundance of or the stillamong great riches,
one of for with fewgreater finding herself, resources,
what serves her This volume has a furtherpurpose.
of It isover other books selections. soadvantage
in it will to it inmoderate that beprice possible place
the hands of children themselves.the
thankThe desire to Messrs.compilers Honghton,
Miffiin & Scribner's Bo MerrillCharles Sons, wen,Co.,
Whittaker & and & McClure& Co., Ray Co., Doubleday
for their kindness in the use ofCo., permitting copy-
material.righted
S. D. WATERMAN.