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THE PLACE OF READING ALOUD IN MODERN LIFE
PURPOSES AND STANDARDS IN READING ALOUD
BASIC TECHNIQUES IN READING ALOUD
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accented syllables actor Alfred Noyes anapestic appreciation assonance back reference Barrel Organ beginning rhyme Carl Sandburg clarity Collected Poems common consonance Copyright course dactylic dialect dialogue difficulty effect end-stopped English enunciation especially example exhibitionism expression expressional factual familiar feel free verse give hear heard heptameter hexameter humor iambic iambic pentameter imaginative imply important inflection John Masefield kind language laughing less lilac-time lines listeners Masefield meaning meter mind mood normal octameter oral reading pause pentameter perfect rhymes perhaps phrase pitch pattern play poetry poets problem pronunciation prose radio reading aloud reading experience repetition rest beat rhythm of threes rhythmic pattern Sara Teasdale sense silent reading sometimes sound speech stanza student suggest syllables syncopation tempo tetrameter thing thought timbre tion tone trimeter trochaic unaccented underlying pattern understand vocal voice vowel word emphasis writer Yeats young reader