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Elocutionary manual

the principles of elocution, with exercises and notations

by Alexander Melville Bell

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Published by N.D.C. Hodges, E.S. Werner, Paul, Trench, Trübner in New York, London .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Elocution.

  • Edition Notes

    Cover title: Principles of elocution.

    Other titlesThe principles of elocution.
    Statementby Alexander Melville Bell
    The Physical Object
    Paginationxvi, 240 p., [1] leaf of plates :
    Number of Pages240
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL24180581M
    OCLC/WorldCa11338450

    An Elocutionary Manual. (Div. III) Corson, Hiram. Essay on the Study of Literature and of Vocal Culture as Indispensible to an Aesthetic Appreciation of Poetry. (Div. III) Corson, Hiram. Professor Corson's Examination Questions in English Literature. Cornell University. (Div. III) Corson, Hiram. Hand-Book of Ango-Saxon and Old. Elocutionary Manual. the Principles of Elocution, with Exercises and Notations, for Pronunciation, Intonation, Emphasis, Gesture and Emotional Expression Starting at $ Visible Speech, the Science of Universal Alphabetics: Or, Self-Interpreting Physiological Letters, for the Writing of All Languages in One Alphabet, Illus. by Tables.

      The Elocutionary Movement "Various factors contributed to heightened interest in the study of elocution in both the 18th and 19th centuries. Numerous scholars recognized that traditional students interested in the ministry or the bar were lacking effective speaking skills, and attempts were made to overcome these deficiencies. Drawing on a wide range of sources - classical rhetoric, Hansard, newspaper reports, elocutionary manuals, treatises on crowd theory - this book argues that oratorical procedures and languages were formative influences on literary culture from Romanticism to Modernism.

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By David Charles Bell. and Alexander Melville Bell () (Reprint) [Leatherbound] Bell, David Charles, American students of elocution drew selections from what were popularly deemed "Speakers." By the end of the century, several Speaker texts circulated throughout the United States, including McGuffey's New Juvenile Speaker, the Manual of Elocution and Reading, the Star Speaker, and the popular Delsarte Speaker.

Some of these texts even included pictorial depictions of body. Bell's Standard elocutionist. Principles and exercises, (from "Elocutionary manual"); followed by a copius selection of extracts in prose and poetry, classified and adapted for reading and recitation.

— New ed., greatly enl. and improved. by David Charles Bell. XGDTPBJAECXD > Book Elocutionary Studies and New Recitations (Paperback) ELOCUTIONARY STUDIES AND NEW RECITATIONS (PAPERBACK) To get Elocutionary Studies and New Recitations (Paperback) PDF, please follow the button listed [PDF] A Kindergarten Manual for Jewish Religious Schools; Teacher s Text Book for Use in School.

Elocutionary Manual. the Principles of Elocution, with Exercises and Notation Seller Rating: % positive. School elocution; a manual of vocal training in high schools, normal schools, and academies,(New York, Harper & brothers, ), by John Swett (page images at HathiTrust) Orthophony, or Vocal culture.

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Triebel and Avtar Singh 4 Instructor's Manual -The Theory of Interest by Kellison 3 Solution Manual. The thriving business of elocutionary lectures, training manuals, exercises, lessons, handbooks, workshops, and demonstrations pivoted on this trading up of voices and acquisition of “vocal superiority,” vocal capital (Rush,p.

According to James Rush (), author of a key elocutionary text. I love matters of elocution, so that love sent me forth on an internet search this morning that took me to Alexander Melvin Bell's Elocutionary Manual, a book I found wonderful in every way.

Get this from a library. Select recitations, orations and dramatic scenes with actions and emphasis: an elocutionary manual, with an appendix. [Christopher Joseph Birbeck]. As I mentioned in the first article on this topic, I stumbled upon an old elocution textbook among a pile of books that were about to be hauled away from my mother’s house.

It was published inat the tail end of elocutionary movement’s popularity. Get Rid of Your Accent: The English Pronunciation and Speech Training Manual by Linda James and Olga Smith | 19 Jul out of 5 stars. Drawing on a wide range of sources - classical rhetoric, Hansard, newspaper reports, elocutionary manuals, treatises on crowd theory - this book argues that oratorical procedures and languages were formative influences on literary culture from Romanticism to Modernism.

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