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    The art of scansion :

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    The art of singing and vocal declamation

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    The art of speaking

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    The art of speaking in publickor an essay on the action of an orator; as to his pronunciation and gesture. Useful in the senate or theatre, the court, the camp, as well as the bar and pulpit.

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    Art of speech,in two volumes; I. Studies in poetry and prose ...

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    The Art of TranslationThe Journal of education.

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    The art of verse making,

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    The art of versification,

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    The art of writing verse,

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    The Art-Form of the Elizabethan Sonnet Sequence and Shakespeare's SonnetsShakespeare Jahrbuch.

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    The arte of English poesie.

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    The arte or crafte of rhethoryke;

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    Aspects of literature

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    Aspects of the speech in the later Greek epic ...

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    The Assembly of Gods: or, The Accord of Reason and Sensuality in the Fear of Death. By John Lydgate.The assembly of gods, or, The accord of reason and sensuality in the fear of death

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    AssonanceThe Encyclopædia britannica; a dictionary of arts, sciences, literature and general information.

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    An Attempt at Some Improvement in that Subordinate Department of Literature, Orthography.The Weekly entertainer; or Agreeable and instructive repository. Containing a collection of select pieces, both in prose and verse; curious anecdotes, instructive tales, and ingenious essays on different subjects

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    An attempt to render the pronunciation of the English language more easy to foreigners: being the abridgment of a larger work ... entitled. A dictionary of the English and French languages, ... By William Smith, A.M

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    Attempts at Classical Metres in QuantityThe Cornhill magazine.

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    Attic & Elizabethan tragedy,

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    August Wilhelm Schlegel and Goethe's Epic and Elegiac VerseThe Journal of English and Germanic philology.

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    Author's PrefacePoems of Gerard Manley Hopkins now first published :

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    Authorities on English PronunciationThe Modern language review.

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    The authors :A poem

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    The Authorship of the Old English Bede: A Study in RhythmAnglia.

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    The Authorship of the Secunda PastorumPublications of the Modern Language Association of America.

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    Auxilia Vergiliana;or, First steps in Latin prosody.

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    Bacon's nova resuscitatio; or, The unveiling of his concealed works and travels,

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    Bacon's nova resuscitatio; or, The unveiling of his concealed works and travels,

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    Bacon's nova resuscitatio; or, The unveiling of his concealed works and travels,

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    The ballad in literature,

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    The ballad minstrelsy of Scotland.

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    Ballad PoetryJohnson's new universal cyclopædia

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    The ballade,

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    Ballades and rondeaus, chants royal, sestinas, villanelles, &c.,

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    Ballads in the Cumberland dialect

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    Bashō and the Japanese poetical epigram

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    Batavian anthology;or, Specimens of the Dutch poets; with remarks on the poetical literature and language of the Netherlands, to the end of the seventeenth century.

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    Bathyllus redivivusAn essay proving that the grammar, call'd Sheridan's, is a transcript from the Royal-Grammar: and, that his additions are erroneous, impertinent, and insufficient. By John Greer, A.M. and student in physick.

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    The Bearing of the Cursus on the Text of Dante's De Vulgari EloquentiaProceedings of the British Academy.

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    Beaumont, Fletcher, and MassingerEnglische Studien.

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    Beaumont, Fletcher, and MassingerEnglische Studien.

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    Beauties of eminent writersselected and arranged for the instruction of youth in the proper reading and reciting of the English language: calculated also to instil into the mind the principles of wisdom and, virtue, and to give it an early taste for the acquisition of useful knowledge, to which is now added, a concise system of English grammar, with exercises in orthography. In two volumes. Sold separately or together. For the use of schools and private classes. Second edition. By William Scott, teacher of the English language and geography in Edinburgh.

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    The beauties of modern literature, in verse and prose;to which is prefixed, a preliminary view of the literature of the age.

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    The beauties of poetry display'd.Containing observations on the different species of poetry, and the rules of English versification. Exemplified by a large collection of beautiful passages, similies, and descriptions, from the writings of Addison, Akinside, Blacklock, Dryden, Gay, Garth, Grey, Milton, Pope, Prior, Rowe, Shakespeare, Smart, Swift, Thomson, Waller, West, Young, and other celebrated poets. In two volumes.

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    The beauties of poetryor, a portable repository of English verse, on an entire new plan. In three books. Grammar display'd, Classes of Rhymes: And Poems made To suit the Times, &c. By William Le Tans'ur, Author of The Elements of Music: The Life of Holy David, in Verse: Melodia Sacra: and The Christian Warrior, &c.

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    The beginnings of English literature,

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    The beginnings of poetry,

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    Beginnings of the "classical" heroic couplet in England.

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    The beginnings of the English secular and romantic drama:a paper read before the Shakespeare Association on Friday, February 29, 1920.