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    Anniversary papers by colleagues and pupils of George Lyman Kittredge, presented on the completion of his twenty-fifth year of teaching in Harvard University, June, MCMXIII.

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    An answer to the question 'what is poetry?' including remarks on versification.

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    Anti mias; an essay in isometry.

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    Anti mias; an essay in isometry.

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    The Antiquary; a magazine devoted to the study of the past.

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    Antiquitates curiosæ; the etymology of many remarkable old sayings, proverbs, and singular customs explained.

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    Antonius Rhetor on versification

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    Apologie for poetrie, 1595

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    An appeal from the absurdities and contradictions which prevade, and deform the old theory of English grammar, to the true constructive principles of the English language

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    An appeal from the old theory of English grammar, to the true constructive genius of the English language, developed in three books, the whole entitled, An English syntithology.

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    Appleton's standard speller

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    Appreciations of poetry,

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    Appreciations of poetry,

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    Archaeologia, or, Miscellaneous tracts relating to antiquity

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    Archaeologia, or, Miscellaneous tracts relating to antiquity

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    Architecture among the poets

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    Archives of psychology.

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    Argumentation and debate,

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    Argumentation and debate,

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    Aristotle's Rhetoric ; or, The true grounds and principles of oratory: shewing, the right art of pleading and speaking in full assemblies and courts of judicature. Made English by the translators of the art of thinking ...

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    Aristotle's theory of poetry and fine art : with a critical text and a translation of the Poetics

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    Aristotle's theory of poetry and fine art,

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    Aristotle's treatise on rhetoric

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    Aristotle's Treatise on rhetoric

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    Aristotle's treatise on rhetoric,

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    Aristotle's treatise on rhetoric,

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    Aristotle's Treatise on rhetoric, literally translated with Hobbes' analysis, examination questions, and an appendix containing the Greek definitions.

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    Aristotle's treatise on rhetoric, literally translated; with Hobbes' analysis, examination questions and an appendix containing the Greek definitions. Also, The poetic of Aristotle, literally translated, with a selection of notes, an analysis, and questions.

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    Aristotle's treatise on rhetoric, literally translated; with Hobbes' analysis, examination questions and an appendix containing the Greek definitions. Also, The poetic of Aristotle, literally translated, with a selection of notes, an analysis, and questions,

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    The Aristoxenian theory of musical rhythm,

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    Arkiv för nordisk filologi.

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    The art of breathing as the basis of tone-production ("the old Italian school of singing") indisensable to singers, elocutionists, educators ... and to all others desirous of having a pleasant voice and good health,

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    The art of breathing as the basis of tone-production ("the old Italian school of singing") indisensable to singers, elocutionists, educators ... and to all others desirous of having a pleasant voice and good health,

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    The art of delivering written language.

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    The art of discourse : a system of rhetoric adapted for use in colleges and academies, and also for private study

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    The art of discourse : a system of rhetoric adapted for use in colleges and academies, and also for private study

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    The art of discourse: a system of rhetoric adapted for use in colleges and academies,

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    The art of discourse: a system of rhetoric,

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    The art of discourse: a system of rhetoric, adapted for use in colleges and academies, and also for private study.

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    The art of elocution : from the simple articulation of the elemental sounds of language, up to the highest tone of expression in speech attainable by the human voice.

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    The art of elocution as an essential part of rhetoric : with instructions in gesture and an appendix of oratorical, poetical, and dramatic extracts

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    The art of elocution as an essential part of rhetoric : with instructions in gesture and an appendix of oratorical, poetical, and dramatic extracts

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    The art of elocution, or, Logical and musical reading and declamation : with an appendix, containing a copious practice in oratorical, poetical, and dramatic reading and recitation, the whole forming a complete speaker, well adapted to private pupils, classes, and the use of schools

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    The art of elocution; or, logical and musical reading and declamation. With an appendix containing a copious practice in oratorical, poetical, and dramatic reading and recitation; the whole forming a complete speaker, well adapted to private pupils, classes, and the use of schools.

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    The art of English poetry

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    The art of English poetry : containing, I. Rules for making verses. II. A dictionary of rhymes. III. A collection of the most natural, agreeable, and noble thoughts, viz. allusions, similes, descriptions, and characters, of persons and things; that are to be found in the best English poets.

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    The art of English poetry containing

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    The art of English poetry. Containing,

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    The art of English poetry. Containing,

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    The art of English poetry. Containing: I. Rules for making verses. II. A collection of the most natural, agreeable and sublime thoughts, viz. allusions, similes, descriptions and characters of persons and things, that are to be found in the best English poets. III. A dictionary of rhymes.

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