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In Lincoln's Ten Sentences, Michael Clay Thompson thoroughly explicates the noble "Gettysburg Address," and introduces the reader to accomplished poet Abraham Lincoln and his use of detail, word sound by controlled vowels and consonants, impact of a spondee, strategic grammar, diction and vocabulary. Lincoln's choice of words, said and unsaid, repetition of key words, use of words that the common people would understand; use of alliteration, and repetition of the pronoun "we," are all explored. Lincoln's Ten Sentences includes a "Things to Do" and "Study Questions" and "Suggestions for the Teacher".
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Book Description Royal Fireworks Press/Unionville, New York, 2003. soft cover, 63 pages including things to do and study questions, 8 1/2 x 11 inches, fine book condition, very good + dust jacket condition, juvenile picture book, Seller Inventory # H 2782
Book Description Royal Fireworks Press, 2003. Paperback. Condition: Very Good. Great condition with minimal wear, aging, or shelf wear. Seller Inventory # P020880926503