Oral Reading: Discussion and Principles, and an Anthology of Practice Materials from Literature, Classical and Modern
Prentice-Hall, 1955 - Elocution - 492 pages
Instruction on reading aloud, accompanied by practice selections.
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PRINCIPLES CHAPTER I IMPORTANCE NATURE AND FUNCTION
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Lionel Crocker,Louis Michael Eich
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