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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ablative absolute accented syllable admit adopt the falling adverb agreeable antithesis antithetic object cadence called Cicero colon comma commencing connected convey couplet Demosthenes different inflexions distinction distinguish emphasis emphatic words example Exercise and temperance expressed eyes Fair Penitent falling inflexion flexion following sentence force former give harmony hath heaven Ibid idea inflexion of voice interrogative words kind last member last word latter loose sentence lower tone manner marked meaning mind modifying words monotone nature necessarily necessary nounced observed Oroonoko Othello parenthesis passage passion perceive period phasis phatic Pindar pleasure preceding pronounced pronunciation prose punctuation question reader reading require the falling requires the rising rising inflexion Rule seems semicolon short pause single words slide soul sound speaker speaking Spect Spectator stress syllable taste temperance strengthen tence thee thing thou tion tone of voice unaccented variety verb verse whole Winter's Tale