A practical treatise on gesture, chiefly abstracted from Austin's Chironomia; adapted to the use of students, and arranged according to the method of instruction in Harvard University. Jonathan Barber.
A practical treatise on gesture, chiefly abstracted from Austin's Chironomia; adapted to the use of students, and arranged according to the method of instruction in Harvard University

A practical treatise on gesture, chiefly abstracted from Austin's Chironomia; adapted to the use of students, and arranged according to the method of instruction in Harvard University

Cambridge: Hilliard and Brown, 1831. 12mo. pp. [4], 116; 13 plates, one folding; tan boards, brown cloth spine; partially perished spine label, some gatherings heavily foxed, plates only lightly spotted, binding sound; owner's signature of William O. Loomis. On the use of gesture in rhetoric and public speaking. Distilled from the Chironomia, to be cheaper and less bulky for the student. The folding plate shows a series of gestures to be made in the recitation of "The miser and Plutus." American Imprints 6009. Item #55824

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