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A Second Class Reader: Consisting of Extracts, in Prose and Verse, for the Use of the Second ...
George Stillman Hillard
by Ingham and Bragg
Written in English
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A second class reader: consisting of extracts, in prose and verse, for the use of the second classes in public and private schools: with an introductory treatise on Author: George Stillman Hillard. A second class reader: consisting of extracts, in prose and verse, for the use of the second classes in public and private schools: with an introductory treatise on reading and the training of the vocal organs.
Author Hillard, George Stillman, Published A second class reader: consisting of extracts, in prose and verse. For the use of the second classes in public and private schools.
With an introductory treatise on reading and the training of the vocal organs. Six months in Italy. The second primary reader: consisting of extracts in prose and verse, with exercises in enunciation: for the use of the second classes in primary schools.
(Boston: Swan, Brewer and Tileston ; Cleveland: Ingham & Bragg, ), by George Stillman Hillard (page images at HathiTrust). This banner text can have markup. web; books; video; audio; software; images; Toggle navigation. Fifth book: designed as a sequel to Sanders' fourth reader: part first, containing full instructions in the rhetorical principles of reading and speaking, illustrated by numerous examples, part second and third, consisting of elegant extracts in prose and poetry with explanatory notes: for the use of academies and the higher classes in common.
A second class reader: consisting of extracts, in prose and verse, for the use of the second classes in public and private schools: with an introductory treatise on reading and the training of the vocal organs / (Boston: Hickling, Swan and Brewer ; Cleveland: Ingham and Bragg,c), by George Stillman Hillard (page images at HathiTrust).
The School Reader. Fifth Book. Designed as a Sequel to Sanders' Fourth Reader. Part First, Containing Full Instructions in the Rhetorical Principles of Reading or Speaking, Illustrated by Numerous Examples.
Part Second, Consisting of Elegant Extracts in Prose and Poetry from Various Eloquent Writers, Accompanied with Notes, Explanatory of Such Historical or Classical Allusions, as the Several. Before you write a single word of your future masterpiece, you need to make one of the most important decisions of your story’s life.
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A stanza form often used for longer poems, most famously in Byron's ' Don. couplet: 1 n a stanza consisting of two successive lines of verse; usually rhymed Types: closed couplet a rhymed couplet that forms a complete syntactic unit heroic couplet a couplet consisting of two rhymed lines of iambic pentameter and written in an elevated style.
Free Prose Pieces. 58 minutes ago Whereas poems use stanzas, prose makes use of paragraphs and songs use verses. Consider also the negations in the final statement. Petrarchian, or Italian, sonnets are organized into two stanzas for a total of 14 lines; the first stanza is composed of eight lines, followed by a six-line stanza.
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Use the following phrases to complete the sentences given below. (i) they can be taught to love. (ii) I was born free. Hardback book with blue covers in a good condition.
Scuffing to spine and edges. Decorated end papers. Pages in a good condition. Slight age spotting to edges. With black and white illustrations and and a colour frontispiece. This book is subtitled. Use with: other F* codes indicating genre or type, or with DB*, DC*, DD* or XQ* codes if this work is presented as a poem or a comic book.
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Drama. Drama is a form of text that is performed in front of an is also called a written text contains dialogues, and stage directions.
This genre has further categories such as comedy, tragedy, and tragicomedy. William Shakespeare is known as the father of English drama. His well-known plays include Taming of the Shrew, Romeo & Juliet, and Hamlet. 1. Sanders' young ladies' reader ; Young ladies' reader ; embracing a comprehensive course of instruction in the principles of rhetorical reading: with a choice collection of exercises in reading, both in prose and poetry, for the use of the higher female seminaries, as also, the higher classes in female schools generally.Among the major Victorian writers, Matthew Arnold is unique in that his reputation rests equally upon his poetry and his poetry criticism.
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