The reciter reflected awhile, and the lines occurred to his mind, and he repeated them.
Introduce me as a reciter of plays, and I will make my own way unnoticed and unsuspected.
This was related with the utmost seriousness of countenance, and no doubt firmly believed in by the reciter.
He looked up, and the reciter stopped, and it was all quiet.
It was the custom in Greece for a reciter to hold in his hand a wand or ῥάβδος.
Thus before dinner I was a lawyer, and after dinner I was artist, poet, and reciter.
When they part he returns home, and on the way his head becomes "wondrous sair:" seemingly a comment of the reciter.
It was probably introduced by a reciter from the description of a ferry-boat in some other poem.
Skald, an old Scandinavian poet, a reciter or singer of poems in praise of the Norse warriors and their deeds.
How could they have got it fixed into their heads that she was a reciter?