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by Richardson, Lord, and Holbrook
Written in English
appreciating the appropriateness of different uses of tone, mood, register, code and style in talks and speeches, and in literary forms (prose, verse and drama), in relation to the author’s intention; Tone: attitude expressed by the speaker or “voice”, mood or atmosphere: emotion conveyed in a work; register: selection of language in. There are two main aims of the Part IA, or first year of the Part I course: to extend and improve your knowledge of the ancient languages, and to get you started on your main areas of enquiry. An integrated programme of Faculty lectures and classes on a varied selection from core Greek and Latin authors (Target Texts) is supported by classes.
The poetry of Dante may be considered as the bridge thrown over the stream of time, which unites the modern Edition: current; Page:  and ancient world. The distorted notions of invisible things which Dante and his rival Milton have idealised, are merely the mask and the mantle in which these great poets walk through eternity enveloped and. [The Author desires to express his thanks to Lord Northcliffe, Messrs. Macmillan and Co., Messrs. Smith, Elder and Co., Mr. William Heinemann, and Messrs. Virtue and Co., for kind permission to reprint those pieces in this volume concerning which no specific arrangements were made on their first appearance in type.
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The academical speaker: a selection of extracts in prose and verse, from ancient and modern authors: adapted for exercises in elocution. The academical speaker: a selection of extracts in prose and verse, from ancient and modern authors, adapted for exercises in elocution. Author Emerson, B. (Benjamin Dudley),Published The academical speaker: a selection of extracts in prose and verse, from ancient and modern authors: adapted for exercises in elocution / (Boston: Richardson, Lord, and Holbrook, ), by B.
Emerson (page images at HathiTrust). The academical speaker: a selection of extracts in prose and verse, from ancient and modern authors, adapted for exercises in elocution. The academical speaker; a selection of extracts in prose and verse, from ancient and modern authors, (Boston, Richardson, Lord and Holbrook, ), by B.
Emerson (page images at HathiTrust) Lysiou Erōtikos=Lysiae amatorius: graece lectionis varietate et commentario instruxit Eduardus Haenisch; Praemissa est commentatio de auctore. Soper's select speaker: containing choicest orations, humorous, dramatic and pathetic readings and recitations, dialogues, drills and tableaux in national, patriotic, old time and modern costume: selections especially for Christmas, New Year's, Easter, Decoration Day, Fourth of.
The prose and verse passages in this selection give an impression of a day spent at the races and show the place of chariot-racing in Roman life. As usual with Latin literature, the voices we hear are those of men of the upper and middle classes. The ordinary people of.
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