A lecture-cycle held in Dornach, 1920, with additional lectures held in miscellaneous places, 1921–1923, together with an essay and an explanatory note by Marie Steiner. These seven lectures are part of a fourteen lecture series entitled, The Art of Recitation and Declamation, given in various cities from 1912 to 1923. It was published in German as, Rudolf Steiner/Marie Steiner-von Sivers: Die Kunst der Rezitation und Deklamation (No. 281 in the Bibliographical Survey, 1961).
Translated from shorthand reports unrevised by the lecturer, by Julia Wedgwood and Andrew Welburn.
|Lecture I||September 29, 1920|
|Lecture II||October 06, 1920|
|Lecture III||October 13, 1920|
|Decline and Re-edification: A Speech-Study by Marie Steiner|
|Lecture IV||April 06, 1921|
|From What Has Significance for the Senses to What Is Moved by the Spirit: A Note by Marie Steiner|
|Lecture VI||July 30, 1921|
|Lecture V||June 07, 1922|
|Lecture VII||March 29, 1923|
|Lecture VIII||March 29, 1923|
|Lecture IX||March 29, 1923|
|Notes by the Translators|