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RELATIONS OF THE SUBJECT.
Psychology and Physiology; Physical Advantages Conceded;
Thought through Tone; Place of this Study in the Course;
Thought in Process of Communication; Addressed to Ear;
Modifies Written Thought; Effect on Structure; Additional
Matter Implied; Speaker's Relation to Thought; Proofs
of Relation between Matter and Manner; Formation of Hab-
its; Reciprocal Action of Mind and Body; Technique of
Expression; Mental Must Lead; Divisions of the Subject
MOODS OF UTTERANCE.
Predominant Purpose; The Moods Named; Differences between
Deliberation and Discrimination; General Pantomimic Ex-
pression; Final and Immediate Purposes; Analysis of
Antony's Address; Analysis of i Corinthians xv.; Direc-
tions for Practice in Discerning Moods
Interpretation the Purpose in all Expression; General Idea of
Paraphrasing; Subjective Paraphrasing; Objective Para-
phrasing; Expansive Paraphrasing; Condensative Para-
phrasing; Elliptical Paraphrase; Metaphrase
THE INTELLECTUAL ELEMENT.
Definition; General Means of Expressing; Divisions of Delib-
Explanatory; Adaptive; Conciliatory; Incentive.
in Introductory Matter
Formal Propositions; Definitive Propositions; Weighty Propo-
sitions. Movement and Tone in Propositional Matter 59-63
Nature and Rhetorical Requirements of Transition; Movement
GROUPINGS AND PAUSES.
Principle of 'Pause; Places for Pause; Grammatical Groupings;
Rhetorical or Elliptical Pauses; Prosodial Groupings; Eu-
phonic or Rhythmic Groupings in Prose
COMPLETENESS AND INCOMPLETENESS OF THOUGHT.
Completeness.-Finality; Momentary Completeness; Inflection
for Completeness. Grammatical and Formal Incompleteness.
Subordination; Slides of Subordination; Paraphrase for
Subordination. Anticipation; Slides of Anticipation; Par-
aphrase for Anticipation. Paraphrase for Momentary
Completeness and Logical Incompleteness. Indirect and
Inferential Forms of Incompleteness. Negation; Slides of
Negation; Paraphrase for Negation. Doubt, Hesitation or
Uncertainty; Suspension of Inflection; Paraphrase for
Doubt. Interrogation; Interrogative Inflections; Restate-
ment to Test Figurative Interrogation. Supplication; Par-
aphrase for Supplication; Supplicatory Tones
ASSUMPTION AND ASSERTION.
Assumption Defined; Assertion Defined; Continuative Falling
Slide; Paraphrase to Reveal Assumption and Assertion Em-
Comparison or Contrast with Affirmation; Falling Circum-
flex. Comparison or Contrast with Incompleteness; The
Wave. Affirmation with Incoinpleteness; Rising Cir-
cumflex. Complex Relations Paraphrased by Separating
Component parts; Conclusion to Part I.; General Direc.
THE EMOTIONAL ELEMENT.
Emotion as a Mood of Utterance; Relations of Emotion to the
Other Moods; General Means of Expressing; General Idea
of Paraphrasing sor Emotion
Relations to the Intellectual Element; Objective and Subjective
Elements in Paraphrase for this Type; Normal Tone-Qual-
ity; how secured and preserved
ENLARGED, DEEPENED OR ELEVATED FEELING.
Includes What; Relation to Normal; Expanded Pure Tone; How
Secured; Paraphrase for Deepened Feeling
Hush of Quiet, Tenderness, Solemnity. Exhaustion, Weari-
ness, Lassitude. Secrecy or Fear. Intensity. Pantomimic
Conditions for Suppressed Feeling. Subdued or Aspirated
Tone; Paraphrase for Suppressed Feeling
STERN, SEVERE, OR HARSH FEELING.
Legitimate Oratorical and Conversational Uses; Personation;
The Hard or Tense Voice; Paraphrase for Stern Feeling 174-187
OPPRESSED, OR COVERED, FEELING.
Deep Feelings-Awe, Solemnity, Amazement. Milder forms,--
Reverence, Meditation, Wonder. Abnormal and Theat-
rical. Relations to Pantomimic Expression; The Sombre
or “ Pectoral” Quality; Legitimate Uses in Conversa-
tion and Oratory; in Personation; Paraphrase mainly Sub-
jective and Expansive, or Elliptical
Merriment, Laughter, Glee. Pity, Grief, Tenderness; Com-
passion. The · Vibrato" or Tremulous Quality; Rela-
tions to Pantomimic Condition; Paraphrase; Conclusion to
THE VOLITIONAL ELEMENT.
Definition; Relation to the Other Moods; General Means of
Paraphrasing for Energy
ENERGY OF ABRUPTNESS.
Didactic Impulse. Impulse of Decision. Arbitrary or Im.
pulsive Command. Volition Prompted by Surprise. Vo-
lition Prompted by Petulance, Impatience or Uncon-
trolled Anger. Initial Stress; Pantomimic Expression of
Abrupt Energy; Paraphrase for Abruptness
ENERGY OF INSISTENCE.
Settled Determination. Authoritative Utterance, Dignified Re-
proof or Official Statement. Final Stress; Pantomimic
Expression of Insistence; Paraphrase for Insistence 213-218
ENERGY OF UPLIFT.
Encouragement; Stimulation to the Good and Noble. Adora-
tion, with Volitional Impulse. Admiration, with Voli-
tional Impulse; Joy or Exultation, with Volitional Impulse.
Median Stress; Pantomimic Conditions; Paraphrase for
this Type of Energy
ENERGY OF ESTABLISHMENT.
Sustained and Elevated Energy; Dignity and Weight; Thor-
ough Stress; Pantomimic Condition; Paraphrase
ENERGY OF VIOLENCE.
Legitimate Uses, under Powerful Emotions; Abnormal; Per-