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[47] When we are going to deliver a declamation on a theme that turns largely on its emotional features, we must give it a dramatic character suited to the persons concerned. For emotions are not transferable at will, nor can we give the same forcible [p. 33] expression to another man's emotions that we should give to our own.

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