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Questions have been attached to the whole work, with a view to direct the attention of the student to the leading principles and their illustrations. Some instructers, of course, will dispense with these in examining their pupils, and question them, in their own way, on the text: but it is presumed that the value of the work will not be diminished, even for these instructers, by the addition of the questions.
The mode, in which the examples are to be recited, and their fitness pointed out, by the pupil, must of course be left to the judgment of the instructer.
The Editor indulges the hope, that the present attempt to bring a standard work of criticism within reach of the inmates of our common schools and academies, may meet with the approbation of those of his fellow-citizens who feel interested in the important subject of general education.
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CHAP. 12. Ridicule.
18. Beauty of Language.
Sound and Signification..
4. Versification.. CHAP. 19. Comparisons..
the Properties of one to another.
7. Figure of Speech.... CHAP. 21. Narration and Description
22. Epic and Dramatic Comprosition..
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