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Amateur student of thinking who wonders if Mind Maps will ever replace Cliff's Notes.
 
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Your Speaking Voice, a Mind Map from Klimers Primers : The Princip...

By: Timoleon Wash

This book is a Mind Map of the elocution program designed by Katharine Jewel Evert. It is a difficult subject to tackle on paper, that is, without any audio aids. However, in addition to covering the principles of speaking, the map is designed to be used as a workbook with exercises that can be applied to help anyone build a better speaking voice. It's theme is reading different types of books aloud and interpreting the authors thoughts for delivery, via the voice, into ...

Characteristic of an instrument (your voice) that is in tune: A pleasing voice, a clear voice, an intelligible voice, a strong voice.

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Klimers Primers, Mind Map of the Book The Great Conversation : A 2...

By: Timoleon Wash

The Great Conversation refers to the texts of the Western Tradition produced over the last 2,500 years between authors such as Plato and Adams, Homer and Marx; hundreds of authors, hundreds of books, collected and published as the Great Books of the Western World by Encyclopedia Britannica Inc. This Mind Map is a concise summary of this book.

Regarding the Great Ideas: 102 Ideas, 130 Authors, 517 texts spanning 2,500 years.

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Reading a Book, a Visual Guide : How to Read a Book, The Intellige...

By: Timoleon Wash

Reading a Book, a Visual Guide is a Klimers Primers Mind Map on How to Read a Book by Adler and Doren, The Intelligent Guide to Reading. It is a visual guide to all the essential elements of getting the most out of reading any type of book, from novels to history, science to literature, both practical and imaginative texts.

Synchronize TERMS (with the author) or you'll be speaking different languages.

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Paradise Lost by John Milton : An Easy to Read Edition

By: Timoleon Wash

Paradise Lost by John Milton; An Easy to Read Edition. Milton's masterpiece was difficult for me to read. I was challenged by three things: Milton's use of his "blank verse" format; the archaic spelling in currently available editions; and Milton's many references to obscure historical and mythological events, locations, and characters. To make my next reading of this beloved poem easier, I have made changes in three areas. First, I have updated the spelling. Second,...

Paradise Lost by John Milton; An Easy to Read Edition. Book I. (Milton narrating) Of man's first disobedience, and the fruit of that forbidden tree, Whose mortal taste brought Death into the world, and all our woe, With loss of Eden, till one greater man restore us, and regain the blissful seat, Sing heavenly muse, that on the secret top of Oreb, or of Sinai, Didst inspire that shepherd, who first taught the chosen seed, In the beginning how the heavens ...

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Klimers Primers : Mind Map of How to Read a Book: How to get the m...

By: Tim Wash

A simple guideline of how to get the most out of your reading.

The reader must "Come to Terms with the Author."

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