Elements of Elocution: In which the Principles of Reading and Speaking are Investigated ... with Directions for Strengthening and Modulating the Voice ... to which is Added, a Complete System of the Passions; Showing how They Effect the Countenance, Tone of Voice, and Gesture of the Body, Exemplified by a Copious Selection of the Most Striking Passages of Shakespeare
Cadell and Davis, 1815 - 354 Seiten
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accent action admit adopt answer appear arises arrangement beginning called comma commencing common concluding connected considered consist convey direct distinction distinguish emphasis emphatic emphatic words example expressed eyes falling inflexion flexion force former give greater hand harmony idea import inflexion of voice instance interrogative kind latter less lower manner marked meaning mind modified nature necessarily necessary never object observed opposition particular passage passion pause perceive perfect period person pleasure preceding principal produces pronounced pronunciation proper prose question reader reading reason requires rest rising inflexion Rule seems sense sentence separated short single slide sometimes sound speaker speaking Spectator stress suppose syllable taste thee thing thou thought tion tone tone of voice variety verb verse voice whole writing