Analytical Fifth Reader: Containing an Introductory Article on the General Principles of Elocution, with a Thorough Method of Analysis, Intended to Develop the Pupil's Appreciation of the Thought and Emotion, a Critical Phonic Analysis of English Words, and Large Number of New and Valuable Selections for Exercises in Reading and Elocution, Supplemented by Numerous Historical, Biographical, and Explanatory Notes

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Taintor & Company, 1867 - 360 páginas
 

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The Loss of the Arctic Henry W Beecher
62
Peaceable Secession Daniel Webster
63
The Seminoles Reply O W Patten
64
A Political Pause Charles J Fox
65
Adamss Speech on Independence Daniel Webster
66
The American Flag Joseph Rodman Drake
67
New England as a Part of the Union Richard Yates
69
The Value of our Institutions to Future Times Daniel Webster
70
Trees Alfred B Street
71
Analysis of the Same
74
The Same Subject Continued
77
Woodman Spare That Tree George P Morris
80
A Visit from Old Neptune J S Sleeper
81
Snow Bound John G Whittier
84
Analysis of the Same
86
The Vindictive Mate J S Sleeper
89
My Mothers Bible George P Morris
94
The Turf Shall be My Fragrant Shrine Thomas Moore
95
Flowers Horace Smith
96
Repulsive Homes Charles Lamb
98
The Same Subject Continued
101
The Return of the Dead Edna Dean Proctor
103
Theres but One Pair of Stockings to Mend Tonighf Anonymous
105
The Miser Charles Dickens
107
The Planting of the Apple Tree William C Bryant
110
The Grateful Lawyer G Holland
112
When I am Old Caroline A Briggs
114
Truth and Truthfulness G Holland
115
Abou Ben Adhem Leigh Hunt
117
Im Growing Old John G Saxe
122
The Long Ago B F Taylor
124
Thinking and Reverie Not the Same G Holland
125
Address to a Mummy Horace Smith 127 i
127
Analysis cf the Same
129
The SchoolMaster John G Wliitlier
132
The Power of God Bible
133
Emir Hassan William C Bryant
136
Robinson Crusoes Manner of Living and Dress Daniel De Foe
137
Robinson Crusoe Finds his Man Friday Daniel De Foe
139
The Human Mind William C Bryant
145
Outward Bound Emily C Judson
146
S2 Watch and Pray H N Dunning
150
EXERCISE PASS 83 A Flower for the Window Leigh Hunt
152
Nothing Lost in Nature Gail Hamilton
155
Before The Rain T B Aldrich 16V 36 After The Rain T B Aldrich
157
Traditions of the Natchez T B Thorpe
158
The Last Man Thomas Campbell
162
Mr Wellers Valentine Charles Dickens
164
The Same Subject Continued
168
A Modest Wit Anonymous
171
The Two Weavers Hannah More
173
The SnowWalkers Atlantic Monthly
175
The Same Subject Continued
178
The Cricket Anonymous
181
Three Words of Strength Shitler
182
Rain and Sunshine C C Fellon
183
A Mothers Love Albert Barnes
204
Patrick Henry William Wirt
206
The End of the Great Rebellion Oliver W Holmes
210
Keep it Before the People A J H Duganne
213
A LependofThe RedWhite and Blue om G Whiliur
214
The Fate of European Kings Thomas Francis Meagher
218
Napoleon at Rest John Fierjumt
220
My Property Henry W Beeiher
221
The Highland Lighthouse H I Thoreau
224
The Psalm of Life H W Longfellow
226
Analysis of the Same
227
The Blind Preacher William Wirt
229
The Hour of Death Felicia Hewans
232
Mental Culture for Women James T Brady
233
New Englands Dead Isaac McLetlan
236
Rainy Days A H Quint
237
There is Work for All Anonymous
239
Beautiful Sights at Sea James R Lowell
240
The Snowshower William C Bryant
242
Peculiarities of Lord Byron T B Macaulay
244
Death of Lord Chatham T B Macaulay
248
Paul Reveres Ride H W Longfellow
251
Alexander and The Robber John Aiken
255
On the Shores of Tennessee M L Beers
256
The Battle of Blenheim Robert Southey
259
Field Lilies Anonymoux
261
A Parable James R Lowell
262
Something Left Undone H W Longfellow
264
Under The Violets Oliver W Holmes
266
5 The Poet and the Alchemist Anonymous
267
The Discontented Pendulum Jane Taylor
269
EXERCISE PAGE 87 The Song of Rebecca The Jewess Scott
272
Elijahs Interview Thomas Campbell
273
Roads and Bridges of the Ancient Peruvians William H Prescott
274
The Mountains of Life James O Clark
277
All We Love Must Die J W Hanson
278
Good Nature Henry W Beecher
281
The Uses of Suffering Cora Cornwall
283
Close of the Holidays A K H Boyd
284
Work and Play A K H Boyd
287
The Same Subject Continued
292
The Way to Heaven J O Holland 29S Analysis of the Same
296
He Giveth His Beloved Sleep Elizabeth B Browning
297
Analysis of the Same
298
The Fall of Wolsey Sliakspeare
299
Our Countrys Call WiUiam C Bryant
303
A Rill from the Town Pump Nathaniel Hawthorne 805
305
The Same Subject Continued
309
Children What are They? John Neal
312
The Brave at Home Thomas B Read
314
Army Hymn Oliver W Holmes
315
The Death and Character of Isabella the Catholic WiUiam H Prescott
319
The Latest War News Anonymous
323
Lint Anonymous 824
324
Analysis of the Same
326
Scene from King John Shakspeare 827
327

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