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See Fig. 96. “A widow cries, Be husband to me, heaven.”

King John, act 3, sc. 1. See Fig. 97.

“Scorned by the women, pitied by the men,
“Oh! insupportable !"

Fair Penitent, act 2, sc. 1. See Fig. 98. “ Wert thou the son of Jupiter.”

Imogen, act 2, sc. 3. See Fig. 99. “Jehovah's arm snatched from the waves and brings to me my son."

Douglas, act 3, sc. 2. See Fig. 100. “ Pity and forgiveness."

Venice Preserved, act 5, sc. 1.

INDEX.

ABHORRENCE, vocal expression of, 149.
Accent, discussed, 98–100.

defined, 98.

three forms of, 99.
Adjuration, vocal expression of, 138.
Admiration, vocal expression of, 156.

how expressed by action and attitude, 306, 310.

self-vocal expression of, 138.
Admonition, serious-vocal expression of, 129.
Adoration, vocal expression of, 128.
Afirmation, strong-vocal expression of, 138.
Alphabet, English-imperfect, 31.
Alternate Phrase, defined, 87.

Melody of-explained, 89.

Partial Drift of, 124.
Amazement, vocal expression of, 156.
Anger, vocal expression of, 146.
Anxiety, how expressed by action and attitude, 306, 314.
Apathy, vocal expression of, 167.
Apprehension, vocal expression of, 163.
Argument, eager-vocal expression of, 133.

warm-vocal expression of, 138.
Arm, employed in oratory, 246—256, 261.

employed in dramatic action, 299–303, 306.
systematic positions of, 249—254.
gestures of-considered as bold and moderate, 252, 253.

errors in the positions of, 254, 255.
Arm and Hand, manner of their motion illustrated, 200—203.
Articulation, importance of a good, 38.

examples of bad, 38, 39.
tables for practice in, 40–47, 50—54.
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317

Aspirate elements, table of, 34.

how they should be uttered, 37.
Aspiration, a quality of the voice-defined and illustrated, 83

Emphasis of, 114.

Partial Drift of, 124.
Assent, how expressed by action, 305.
Astonishment, vocal expression of, 156.
Atonic elements, table of, 34.

why so called, 36.

table of, combined with the long vowels, 52.
Attention, how expressed by action and attitude, 306, 312.
Attitudes, rarely to be employed in the pulpit, 285, 288.

condemned by Cicero even at the bar, 288.
not essential to the actor, 304.

figures illustrating, 307–315.
Authority, simple-vocal expression of, 138.

how expressed by action, 306, 307.
vaunting-vocal expression of, 138.
Aversion, vocal expression of, 149.

how expressed by gesture and attitude, 307, 308.
Awe, vocal expression of, 157.

BASHFULNESS, how expressed by action, 306.
Boldness of gesture, defined, 270.
Bow, elements of a graceful, 259.
Breast, hand on-significant, 244, 306.

rule for placing, 244.

errors in placing, 245, 246.
Broken Melody, phrase explained, 89.

CADENCE, triad of-explained, 87.

Melody of-explained, 89.
subject of_discussed, 184—193.
Prepared, 187, 189.
faults in regard to, 189.

different forms of-illust 190—192.
Caution, vocal expression of, 167.
Certainty, vocal expression of, 138.
Cesural Pause, defined, 206.

Chagrin, vocal expression of, 153.
Chin, hand on-expressive, 244, 313.
Chromatic Melody, depends on the Semi-tone, 60, 89.
Cicero, studied Elocution, 20.
Colloquial style of Gesture, defined, 272.

uses of, 272.
Command, vocal expression of, 138.
Commiseration, vocal expression of, 157.
Compass of voice, defined, 57.

exercises on-suggested, 58.
Compassion, vocal expression of, 157.

how expressed by action, 306.
Complaint, vocal expression of, 157.
Compound Emphasis, defined and illustrated, 105.

Stress, defined, 56.
Concrete Changes of Pitch, defined and illustrated, 58.

Interval, defined, 59.
Condolence, vocal expression of, 157.
Confidence, vocal expression of, 138.
Consonant Elements, table of, 34.

sounds, combinations of-arranged in a table, 40–43.
Contempt, vocal expression of, 153.
Continued wave, defined, 71.
Contrition, vocal expression of, 157.
Countenance, expression of-employed in oratory, 236—241.

employed in dramatic action, 295, 296.
ourage, expression of—by action and attitude, 305, 306, 307.
Cross Gesture of the arm, not to be often used, 255.

a bad concluding gesture, 280.
Curiosity, vocal expression of, 163.

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DEFECTIVE Measure of Speech, defined, 196.
Defiance, vocal expression of, 138.
Deliberation, vocal expression of, 129.
Delight, vocal expression of, 155.
Demosthenes, studied Elocution, 20.
Denunciation, vocal expression of, 138.
Denying, vocal expression of, 138.
Deprecation, how expressed by action, 310.

Derision, vocal expression of, 154.
Description, simple-vocal expression of, 128.

earnest-vocal expression of, 133.
Despair, vocal expression of, 138.
Diatonic or Natural Scale, defined, 57, 91.

Melody, depends on the Interval and the Slide of a Second,

60, 86, 88.
Slides, rules for the employment of, 63—66.

Drift, defined, 123.
Dignity, vocal expression of, 128.
Direct Question, defined, 68.

not always determined by the form, 69, 70.

if very long, takes only the Partial Intonation, 70.
Wave, defined, 71.
Disappointment, how expressed by gesture, 306.
Discontent, vocal expression of, 153.
Discrete Changes of Pitch, defined, 58.

Interval, defined, 58.
Disgust, vocal expression of, 149.
Dislike, how expressed by action, 306.
Dissatisfaction, vocal expression of, 153.
Dissent, how expressed by action, 306.
Distress, (see Pain.)
Ditone, Rising and Falling-explained, 87.
Double Wave, defined, 71.

Equal-Emphasis of, 111.

Unequal—Emphasis of, 112.
Doubt, vocal expression of, 167.

how expressed by action, 306.
Downward Interval, explanation of, 59–61.

Emphasis of, 108, 109.
Slides, defined, 59.

Drift os, defined, 124.
Dramatic action, elements of, 292—303.

how it differs from oratorical action, 292—294, 305.

gestures and attitudes illustrating, 305 315.
Drawling, defined, 91.
Drifts of the Voice, 122-126.

Partial, 124.
Drowsiness, vocal expression of, 167.

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