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century in the practical duties of the school-room, and for years
past has made a specialty of the subject of which the present volume
treats. The great variety and copiousness of the " Examples for
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Hart's Manual of American Literature is a companion volume
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A MANUAL OF ELOCUTION. Founded upon the

"• Philosophy of the Human Voice, with Classified

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SUBJECTS TREATED OF.

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of Poetry, Action, Attitude, Analysis of the Principles of Gestures,
and Oratory.

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the alterations have not been deemed improvements. Many poems
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