We have now the melancholy proof of the shallowness of all the declamation on the subject.
In this year he obtained the first college prize for an English declamation.
The declamation appeared to me monotonous, and situations, in themselves trivial or disagreeable, were dwelt on fatiguingly.
And all these people had a veritable mania for declamation and fancy dress.
The music shows great advance in declamation, which lifts it above the ordinary Italian style of that time.
In contrast to Kemble's declamation, Kean's acting was vehement and passionate.
Irritated by his bold and ready answers to the usual arguments, they had recourse to declamation.
As he advanced in his declamation, his ardour seemed to increase.
There was really nothing, he continued; it was all recitative and declamation.
In the ardour of declamation, Mr. Preen had bent a little too forward.