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THE VOCATIONAL GUIDANCE OF YOUTH
By Meyer Bloomfield
A monograph by the former Director of the Vocation Bureau of Boston.
YOUTH, SCHOOL, AND VOCATION By Meyer Bloomfiel
A first-hand presentation of the meaning and work of the vocational guidanc

movement.

CHOOSING A VOCATION

By Frank Parsons

This book is an indispensable manual for every vocational counselor. THE PROBLEM OF VOCATIONAL EDUCATION By David Snedden

The author is the Professor of Education, Teachers College, and one of the leaders in the movement for the closer adaptation of public schools to the actual needs of youth.

PREVOCATIONAL EDUCATION

By Frank M. Leavitt and Edith Brown The first authoritative book to tell how the public schools may prepare pupils to select wisely the work to which they are best adapted.

THE PEOPLE'S SCHOOL

By Ruth Mary Weeks A statement regarding the vocational training movement in this country and abroad.

VOCATIONS FOR GIRLS

By Mary A. Laselle and Katherine Wiley Information as to conditions of work and the opportunities in the more common vocations open to girls with only a high-school education.

THE HOME SCHOOL

By Ada Wilson Trowbridge An account of a unique and successful experiment in teaching practical household economics.

VOCATIONAL EDUCATION

By David Snedden, Ruth Mary Weeks, and Ellwood P. Cubberley A combination of three volumes from the Riverside Educational Monographs treating different phases of vocational education,- theory, administration, and practice.

PRINCIPLES AND METHODS OF INDUSTRIAL
EDUCATION
By William H. Dooley
There is an Introduction by
stimulating questions, together

This is a book for use in teacher training classes. Charles A. Prosser, and an equipment of thought with reading references and courses of study. INDUSTRIAL EDUCATION: Its Problems, Methods,

and Dangers

By Albert H. Leake

A study and criticism of the opportunities provided for the education of the industrial worker.

ESTABLISHING INDUSTRIAL SCHOOLS

By Harry Bradley Smith A practical discussion of the steps to be taken in establishing industrial schools.

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EXPOSITORY WRITING

By MERVIN JAmes Curl, Formerly Instructor in English, Universi of Illinois.

"It is a human textbook. The student feels that a real flesh-andblood person is coöperating with him, advising him wisely but never condescendingly, hitting the mark without shooting over his head or underestimating his intelligence. Sound doctrine is here successfully allied to the vital experiences of all sorts and conditions of men; not only in the text, but in the rich and really workable exercises, and in the illustrative specimens, which show the catholicity of the writer's taste."-EMERSON G. SUTCLIFFE, Ph.D., University of Minnesota, Department of Rhetoric.

THE STUDY AND PRACTICE OF WRITING ENGLISH By GERHARD R. LOMER, Formerly Instructor in English in the School of Journalism, Columbia University in the City of New York, and MARGARET ASHMUN, Formerly Instructor in English in the Uni versity of Wisconsin.

This textbook gives students all the essentials of composition in a concise, well-arranged form. It contains all the necessary facts. The treatment is adequate. Clear examples illustrate the various rules. Practical exercises provide plenty of drill on the particular points that trouble students.

SENTENCES AND THINKING

By NORMAN FOERSTER, Professor of English, University of North Carolina, and J. M. STEADMAN, JR., Associate Professor of English, Emory University.

A practice book in sentence making. It really presents threc books in one: -(1) A Constructive Discussion of Essentials in Composition, (2) A Book of Exercises, and (3) A Manual of Errors.

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1944

DRAMATIC TECHNIQUE

By GEORGE PIERCE BAKER, Harvard University.

THE TUDOR DRAMA

By C. F. TUCKER BROOKE, Yale University.

An illuminating history of the development of English Drama dur. ing the Tudor Period, from 1485 to the close of the reign of Elizabeth. CHIEF CONTEMPORARY DRAMATISTS

Edited by THOMAS H. DICKINSON, University of Wisconsin. This book presents within one volume those plays apart from the works of Ibsen which may be considered landmarks in the field of modern contemporary drama. No compilation of a like nature has been previously made.

CHIEF EUROPEAN DRAMATISTS

Edited by BRANDER MATTHEWS, Columbia University, Member of the American Academy of Arts and Letters.

This volume contains one typical play from each of the master dramatists of Europe, with the exception of the English writers.

A STUDY OF THE DRAMA

By BRANDER MATTHEWS.

Devoted mainly to an examination of the structural framework which the great dramatists of various epochs have given to their plays; it discusses only incidentally the psychology, the philosophy, and the poetry of these pieces.

THE CHIEF ELIZABETHAN DRAMATISTS

Edited by W. A. NEILSON, Professor of English Literature in Har vard University.

This volume presents typical examples of the work of the most important of Shakespeare's contemporaries, so that, taken with Shakespeare's own works, it affords a view of the development of the English drama through its most brilliant period.

A HISTORY OF THE ELIZABETHAN DRAMA

BY FELIX E. SCHELLING, University of Pennsylvania. 2 vols. SHAKESPEAREAN PLAYHOUSES

By JOSEPH QUINCY ADAMS, Cornell University.

A History of English Theatres from the Beginnings to the Restor ation. Fully illustrated.

SHAKESPEARE QUESTIONS

By ODELL SHEPARD, Trinity College.
Series. No. 246.

An outline for the study of the leading plays.

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EXPOSITORY WRITING

By MERVIN J. CURL.

Gives freshmen and sophomores something to write about, and helps them in their writing.

SENTENCES AND THINKING

By NORMAN FOERSTER, University of North Carolina, and J. M. STEDMAN, Jr., Emory University.

A practice book in sentence-making for college freshmen. A HANDBOOK OF ORAL READING

By LEE EMERSON BASSETT, Leland Stanford Junior University. Especial emphasis is placed on the relation of thought and speech, technical vocal exercises being subordinated to a study of the principles underlying the expression of ideas. Illustrative selections of both poetry and prose are freely employed. ARGUMENTATION AND DEBATING (Revised Edition)

By WILLIAM T. FOSTER, Reed College.

The point of view throughout is that of the student rather than that of the teacher.

THE RHETORICAL PRINCIPLES OF NARRATION
By CARROLL LEWIS MAXCY, Williams College.

A clear and thorough analysis of the three elements of narrative writing, viz.: setting, character, and plot.

REPRESENTATIVE NARRATIVES

Edited by CARROLL LEWIS MAXCY.

This compilation contains twenty-two complete selections of various types of narrative composition.

THE STUDY AND PRACTICE OF WRITING ENGLISH
By GERHARD R. LOMER, Ph.D., and MARGaret Ashmun.
A textbook for use in college Freshman courses.

HOW TO WRITE SPECIAL FEATURE ARTICLES
By WILLARD G. BLEYER, University of Wisconsin.

A textbook for classes in Journalism and in advanced English Composition.

NEWSPAPER WRITING AND EDITING

By WILLARD G. BLEYER.

This fully meets the requirements of courses in Journalism as given in our colleges and universities, and at the same time appeals to practical newspaper men.

TYPES OF NEWS WRITING

By WILLARD G. BLEYER.

Over two hundred typical stories taken from representative American newspapers are here presented in a form convenient for college classes in Journalism.

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