Some articles on read, read aloud, aloud, reads:
... Poems may be read silently to oneself, or may be read aloud solo or to other people ... Although reading aloud to oneself raises eyebrows in many circles, few people find it surprising in the case of poetry ... In fact, many poems reveal themselves fully only when they are read aloud ...
... The first Penguin edition of The Read-Aloud Handbook led to five additional U.S ... The Handbook was a pivotal force between 1979 and 2008 for read-aloud movements in the United States and abroad ... Poland launched its national campaign, "All of Poland Reads to Kids," in 2001, and by 2007 the polls showed that over 85 percent of Polish people knew of the reading ...
Famous quotes containing the words aloud and/or read:
“The little Strangs say the good words, as they call them, before going to bed, aloud and at their fathers knee, or rather in the pit of his stomach. One of them was lately heard to say Forgive us our christmasses as we forgive them that christmas against us.”
—Samuel Butler (18351902)
“What else has been English news for so long a season? What else, of late years, has been England to us,to us who read books, we mean?... Carlyle alone, since the death of Coleridge, has kept the promise of England. It is the best apology for all the bustle and the sin of commerce, that it has made us acquainted with the thoughts of this man.”
—Henry David Thoreau (18171862)