Sanders' Union Fourth Reader
"Sanders' Union Fourth Reader" by Charles W. Sanders is an educational text that was meant to help readers learn about language and literature. Divided into multiple parts, the first half of the text is geared toward teaching students about writing, the sounds of letters, pronunciation, accents, and more nuances in English. The second half of the book then goes on to show how these concepts are put to good use through a series of tales, some of which were adapted from the likes of Adelaide Procter, Hawthorne, and more.
PART SECOND LESSON I
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