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Before leaving the illustration of a theme onthe influence of college life we may glance amoment more at the difficulty, even with sosimple a subject, of attaining perfect clarity ofthinking. One of the first things which must bedetermined is the essential difference of life ina college from ordinary existence. If the subjectbe given out to a class of students half thethemes handed in will begin with a remark uponthe great change which comes to a boy whofinds himself for the first time freed from therestraints of home. The moment this idea ispresented to the mind it is to be looked at,not as something with which to fill so muchpaper, but as a stepping-stone toward ideasbeyond. It is necessary, for instance, to determinethe distinctions between freedom atcollege and freedom elsewhere; to decide[Pg 77]wherein lie the differences in the conditionswhich surround a boy in a university and onewho escapes from the restrictions of home bygoing away to live in a city or in a countryvillage, on shipboard or in the army. To beof value, every thought in an exposition musthave been tested by a comparison with alliedideas as wide and as exhaustive as the thinkeris equal to making.

Art is in bondage in this country: itsinternal polity to the temperamentalideal; its external polity to the commercialideal. Business and social life are in thesame bondage. In music, in drama, in letters,in society, and in trade we permit personalityto exploit itself for commercialpurposes. The result is either chaotic orcalculated expression on every side. Whentemperament seeks restraint in technique,and policy, whether business or social, seeksfreedom in service, then shall we have thatbalanced expression in art, in society, andin trade which should proceed from theAmerican personality and distinguish Americanlife.

If through the use of her imagination alittle factory girl can escape from the monotonyof bag-folding, and find freedom andjoy in the lyric world Shelley has created,what limit need be set to our emancipationthrough the development of this faculty?

Our final study in interpretation has forits concern the development of dramaticinstinct. The work just finished shouldhave left no doubt in your mind as to thenature or value of this final step in thetraining, since it has anticipated both. Developmentof imaginative vigor should arousea latent dramatic instinct and release histrionicpower. The choice of place in thesestudies for this phase of the training wasmade to insure cumulative evolution resultingin balanced expression. As imaginationneeds to safeguard her freedom withsympathetic thought and intelligent emotion,so dramatic instinct needs the guidance of avigorous but trained imagination. Dramaticinstinct so directed should achieve skill in[Pg 221]interpreting drama and lead to distinctionin the art of acting. The immediate evolutionshould be a clarified vision of life. Yourfinal attainment from this theory should bedistinction in the art of living.

Study Four should have discovered to youthat the three elements of the short storycan only be realized through imagination;that imaginative vigor dealing with actionrequires sustained vitality of tone. Suchdiscovery should have resulted in many hoursof work on the exercises for support andfreedom of tone.[Pg 241]

First of all, fundamental to all, and beyonda doubt the secret of the dissonance, you didnot breathe before you spoke or as you spoke.I mean, really breathe. And that is the firstpoint to be attacked. Breathe, breathe,breathe! you must learn how to breathe; youmust get your pump, your diaphragm, intoworking order, you must master it, you must[Pg 305]control it, you must not fetter it, you mustgive it a free chance to do its work. If youare a man, you have probably at least beenfair in not tying down your pump; you havenot incased yourself in steel bands anddrawn them so tight that your diaphragmcould not descend and perform its office. Yes,and if you are the athletic girl of to-day,you have probably learned the delight andbenefit of free muscular action. But youmay still be suffering from the effect of yourmother's crime in this direction. It mayhave sent you into the world with weakenedmuscles in control of the great pumping-stationupon which must depend the beautyof your voice.

We have worked, so far, for support oftone. We must now free the supported tone,by freeing the channel for the emission ofthe breath as it is converted into tone andmoulded into speech. We shall find that inlearning to support the tone we have gonefar toward securing that freedom; but thehabit of years is not easily overcome, andevery time you have spoken without propersupport of breath you have forced the tonefrom the throat, by tightening the musclesand closing the channel, thus making conditionswhich must now be reformed by steady,patient effort. Yet it is not effort I wantfrom you now; it is lack of effort. It ispassivity; it is surrender. I want you to re[Pg 314]laxall the muscles which govern the organsconcerned in converting the breath into toneand moulding the tone into speech, all themuscles controlling the throat and mouth,including the lips and jaw. I want utterpassivity of the parts from the point wherethe column of breath strikes the vocal cordsto where, as tone, it is moulded into theword "No." Surrender to the desire to utterthat word. Concentrate your thought ontwo things: the taking of the breath and theword it is to become. Now, lying down, orsitting easily, lazily, in a comfortable chair,or standing leaning against the wall, withclosed eyes, surrender to the thought "No,"and, taking a breath, speak. Still hard andunmusical you find? Yes, but I am surenot so hopelessly hard as before. What shallwe do to relax the tense muscles, to releasethe throat and free the channel? At the riskof being written down a propagandist, in theranks of the extreme dress-reformers, I shallsay, first of all, take off those high, tightcollars. Again, as with the corset, it is acase of a misfit rather than too tight a fit.[Pg 315]If your collar is cut to fit, it need not be toohigh nor too tight for comfort, and it willstill be becoming. You want it to cling tothe neck and keep the line. Cut it to fit,and it will keep the line; then put in piecesof whalebone, if necessary, or resort to someof the many other devices now in vogue forkeeping the soft collar erect, but don't chokeyourself, either by fastening it too tight orcutting it too high. But how simple it wouldbe if we could relax the tension by doffingour ill-fitting corsets and collars. Alas! thetrouble is deeper seated than that. 041b061a72


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