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1_1_6">CHAPTER VI. PAUSE AND POWER The true business of the literary artist is to plait or weave his meaning, involving it around itself; so that each sentence, by successive phrases, shall first come into a kind of knot, and then, after a moment of suspended meaning, solve and clear itself. −−GEORGE SAINTSBURY, on English Prose Style, in Miscellaneous Essays. pause ... has a distinctive value, expressed in silence; in other words, while the voice is waiting, the music of the movement is going on ...

Were they well made? Why? Illustrate. 7. Read selections on pages 34, 35, 36, 37, and 38, paying careful attention to change of tempo. 8. As a rule, excitement, joy, or intense anger take a fast tempo, while sorrow, and sentiments of great dignity or solemnity tend to a slow tempo. Try to deliver Lincoln's Gettysburg speech (page 50), in a fast tempo, or Patrick Henry's speech (page 110), in a slow tempo, and note how ridiculous the effect will be. Practise the following selections, noting carefully where the tempo may be changed to advantage.

Of course, all this is not to say that in the natural pauses of your speech you are not to take swift forward surveys−−they are as important as the forward look in driving a motor car; the caution is of quite another sort: while speaking one sentence do not think of the sentence to follow. Let it come from its proper source−−within yourself. You cannot deliver a broadside without concentrated force−−that is what produces the explosion. In preparation you store and concentrate thought and feeling; in the pauses during delivery you swiftly look ahead and gather yourself for effective attack; during the moments of actual speech, SPEAK−−DON'T ANTICIPATE.

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