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mainly about the important themes of patriotism, service, and ;ood citizenship; Part II introduces some of the great tales that typify our love of stirring deeds; Part III presents some of our greatest American authors at sufficient length to make them stand out to the pupil. Through these grouped selections, together with the accompanying biographies, pupils may come to know and love some of the great company of writers that have made the name of America known in the world of literature.
Attention is called to three special features that keep the dominant theme of each Part clearly in the foreground: (1) "A Forward Look" and "A Backward Look" for each main division and important subdivision emphasize the larger theme, and show how each selection contributes to the group-idea; (2) Notes and Questions frequently call the pupil's attention to the relation the selection bears to the main thought; (3) the three main Parts, and the subordinate groups within each main unit, are made to stand out clearly by illustrations that typify the theme, and by topical headings. that enable the pupil to vizualize the group-units. By these three means the organization of the book is emphasized, and fundamental ideals are kept dominant.
Obviously, a pook that is to supply the pupil with a year's course in literature must be a generous volume. Variety is impossible without quantity, especially where literary wholes rather than mere fragmentary excerpts are offered. Particularly is this true when complete units are included not only for intensive study, but also for extensive reading-longer units to be read mainly for the storyelement. In bulk such units should be as large as the pupil can control readily in rapid silent reading, a kind of reading that increases the power to enjoy with intelligence a magazine or a book.
The Elson Reader, Book Six, is a generous volume that provides for these needs. Its inclusiveness makes possible a proper balance between prose and poetry, between long and short selections, and between material for intensive and extensive reading.

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