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History....
319 Moral greatness......

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“How," misuse of...
144 “Mutual," misuse of..

146
Humor, defined..
270 “Myself," misuse of..

147
Hyperbole, defined..

......243-4
Hypercatalectic verse..

344

N
Hyphen, rules for....

405
“Name," misuse of....

149
I
“Neither," misuse of.

143
Newly-coined words.

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lambus defined......
339 News-writing....

323
Ideas, faulty connection of..... 191 | “Nice," misuse of.

146
“Illy," criticised
143 “No," misuse of...

143
Imagery, its effect on expression..... 276 Not, position of...

182
“Inaugurate," misuse of..
149 Not-but, etc., position of.

182
Indicative mode......

84 Notes, formal, style of ...
“ Indices," misuse of................ 145
Indirect form of discourse...........112-13

O
Infinitive mode ......

81
Interrogation, energy promoted by . 109,

Obscurity, defined....

180
204-205.
sublimity promoted by.

279
point, rules for.....

Obsolescent words...
401

136
Intuition, figures of....

Obsolete words

135
Inversion, energy promoted by....... 204

“Older," criticised.

146
Irony, defined.

Only, rule for.

181
.........241, 242
Italics, explained.....

Oration, defined
410

309
It," anticipative subject ...

Order of words..
...III, 112

.115, 198
grammatical and rhetorical..

115-119
Ottava Rima......

353
L
“Overflown," misuse of....

146
Latin derivatives....

.153, 154
Leaders, explained...

410

P
“Least," misuse of...

143
Lecture, defined.

Parable, defined.
310

231
“Less," misuse of...

Paragraph, continuity of
142

256
Letters, address.....

defined
.312, 317

93
“ Like," misuse of...

directions in forming.......
142

93
“ Likewise," misuse of.

illustrations of........
142

.94, 259
Litotes...

synthesis of sentences into.
244

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unity of.....

variety of........
M
Paraphrase...

.297-308, 325
Measure, poetical, defined.
336 Parenthesis, incorrect use of..

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Melodrama, defined...

374 marks of.....
Memoir, defined.....
320 Parody.

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Metaphor.....
.224-227 Particles..

149
Meter, defined...
336 omission of..

199
various..

355, 356

“splitting'
Metonymy.
232 “Party,” misuse of.

142
Metrical romance..

373 Passive voice in varying expression.. 108
Mock-heroic, defined
269 Pastoral poetry

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Modes, incongruent union of.. 85 Pathos...

........271-275

256

258

406

200

[blocks in formation]

II

use of..

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Quantity marks.

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Phraseology, variation of..
“ Plenty,” misuse of....

Quantity," misuse of.
141

144
Plural with singular forms.

85
Quatrain, defined.....

350
Poetical constructions......

116
Quotation marks, rules for...

407
adjective precedes the verb “to be”

117

R
adjectives used for adverbs......... 117
adverbial phrases not in juxtaposi-

Radical, words from the same........ 140
tion......
117 Recasting, explained..

... 120, 124
“and-and” for “both-and," etc...
117 Redundancy.......

196
noun precedes the adjective... 116

Reference marks, explained

410
object precedes the verb.

116
Relative, omission of the..

186
omission of the antecedent.

116
Rendition,” misuse of..

145
omission of the article...

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Repetition.....

..201, 209
omission of the conjunctive particles 116

Reproduction, directions for.

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omission of the verb “to do”.

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Restive,” misuse of....

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personal pronouns with their ante.

Rhetorical order of words...

115
cedents..........
117 Rhetoric, defined..

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prepositions are suppressed..
117 Rhyme, alliterative..

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pronoun used in the imperative.... 117

assonantal
verb precedes the nominative...... 116

consonantal..
Poetic feet.

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licenses.....
,116, 117 double...

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pauses..

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sectional

349
Poetry, defined.

368
single..

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didactic.

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triple

349
dramatic.
374 Rhyme-royal, defined.

350
elegiac..

379 Rhythm, beauty of expression due to. 277
epic
372 defined

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form of..

368 influence on English poetry........ 337
lyric.....
369 Romances.

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pastoral....

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satirical...

372

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Position of words..

.180, 181
Power, feelings awakened by... 278 Sarcasm...

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Precision
152 Satire.....

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Preposition, omission of.
186 Satirical poetry.

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348

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defined ...

COMPOSITION AND RHETORIC.

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ETOR

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PAGE Scanning, defined....

338 Synthesis of sentences into a paraSection mark, explained.. 410 graph....

93 “ Seldom or ever," criticised. 143 of simple sentences

16 Semicolon, rules for ....

396-398 Sentence, complex...

T compound...... 35 Tautology

197 compromise.... 204 Technical terms

138 construction of.

180
Terza Rima

333 defined

9“There," an introductory word...107, 112 exercises in..

..210, 211
Tilde, explained.

410 formation of..

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Topical outline, preparation of....... 73 loose......

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use of...... miscellaneous examples in..

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examples of.....

.48, 51, 68 periodic..... 203 | Tragedy, defined

374 qualities of construction of.

180
Transformation of elements..

•52-66 simple

9 | Transposition of parts of a sentence.. 115 Sermon, defined 310 Travels, a book of, defined.

319 Simile.....

....220-224

Travesty, defined... Simplicity of diction, defined..

.....174-177 Treatise, defined.. sublimity promoted by... 281 | Tribrach, defined..

340 Smoothness, beauty of expression pro

Triplet, defined...

350 moted by..... 277 Trochee, defined

339 Song, sacred.

369
'Try and,” criticised.

147 secular...

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* Try,” misuse of.

143 Sonnet, defined..

351 Sound, sublimity promoted by....... 279

U Specific words...

..202, 210 Unity of construction...... 190-193 Speech, explained..

310 Spenserian stanza, defined.

V

351 Spondee, defined 340 Variety of expression....

106 Stanza, defined... 350 | Vastness, sublimity promoted by...

278 “Stopping,” misuse of.. 145 Verb, omission of ...

187 Story, subjects for... 131 | Verse, anapestic..

345 Strength of construction.

195-213
blank.

349 Style, defined........

132 dactylic... extracts for study of..

.284-296 defined varieties of.....

284, 285

iambic. Subject, omission of..

186

trochaic.... frequent change of..

190 Versification, defined. sublimity of.......

280
exercises in.....

-357-366 Subjunctive mode, use of. ..83, 84 Vision

237 Sublimity of expression. .277-284 exercises in...

281-284

W “Such,” misuse of... 144 “Wearies,” criticised.

141 Synecdoche..... ..234, 235 “Were,' misuse of.

142 Synonyms ...153-170 “Whole," misuse of

145 examples of.. .154-168 | Wit, defined...

. 267–275 Synthesis of complex sentences...... 29“ With,” misuse of.

141 of compound sentences

41 | Words, embodied in a sentence....... of paragraphs into a theme......... 263 of similar meaning.

..120, 121

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