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GREAT AMERICAN AUTHORS
A BACKWARD LOOK

book shows that a truth may be expressed humorously and still impress the reader, even while he laughs?
Recite the stanzas of which the following are the first lines, naming the author and title of the poem in each case:
1. "Lives of great men all remind us"
2. "Thus humble let me live and die,"
3. "Thou bring'st the hope of those calm skies"
4. "The melancholy days are come, the saddest of the year,"
5. "Ah!' on Thanksgiving day, when from East and from West,"
6. "Blessings on thee, little man,"
7. "Somewhat back from the village street"
8. "Toiling, rejoicing, sorrowing,"
Recite from memory the lines from Longfellow found on page 319. Why are these lines appropriate as an introduction to Part III? Look at the two pictures on page 320. What does the picture at the top illustrate? The one at the bottom? A long step forward was taken in the means of communicating thought when printing from type was invented; what feelings do you think the two men in the lower picture had as they read the first page of print from the printing press? Notice that these two pictures are taken from the series of paintings in the Library of Congress, entitled, "The Making of a Book"; why do you think the Library of Congress is a suitable place for pictures showing the steps that mark advance in ways of communicating thought? Why is the picture on page 20 a suitable introduction to Part I? Recite from memory the lines from Tenn,yson on page 19. Explain the fitness of these lines as an introduction to Part I. Why is the picture on page 210 a suitable introduction to Part II? Quote the lines from Longfellow on page 209. Do you agree with him in the sentiment expressed in the last two lines? Make a list, naming in order the five selections in this book that you like best.

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