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There was a lot of transitional crudeness between registers and a tendency toward unsubtle declamation.
She used nonsense poetry and drawing-room declamation.
Puntilla a kick in the rear to signal him to get on with his poetical declamation.
The theater was evolving rapidly away from the old-fashioned declamation of his father's day.
His climactic dialogue, however, has the hollow ring of theatrical declamation rather than the impact of convincing facts.
And by the same token, declamation has lost its place in the prevailing pedagogy.
Declamation is cheap and the vocabulary of epithet large and easily accessible, but they.

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