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SELECTED SCENES AND PASSAGES
PROFESSOR OF ELOCUTION, CITY OF, LONDON SCHOOL, ETC.
“THE ART OF SPEAKING
and Drama," etc
The great value of Shakespeare as a field of Study for Students in reference to both Elocution and Acting, has led me to include a collection of scenes and passages for practice from the plays of our greatest Dramatist among this series of “Reciters."
I do not presume to have set forth here all the scenes adapted for this purpose ; but I fully hope that Shakespeare for Recitation will prove of real use to Teachers and their Pupils, and will justify its publication.
In conclusion, I. may say that especial care has been expended both on text and punctuation..
BY WILLIAM SHAKESPEARE
And then take hands :
The wild waves whist, -
[Eurden : Baw, wow, dispersedly. The watch-dogs bark:
[Burder ? 'Bow, wow, dispersedly. Hark, hark ! I hear The strain of strutting Chanticleer
Of his bones are coral made :
Nothing of him that doth fade,