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T h e title of this book may suggest that it is designed as a latter-day Gradus ad Parnassum to teach aspiring writers to produce passable verses. It is not. It is intended to help aspiring readers deepen their sensitivity to the rhythmical and formal properties of poetry and thus heighten their pleasure and illumination as an appropriately skilled audience of an exacting art. For this Revised Edition I have made corrections and additions throughout; sought additional examples; added an entirely new chapter on free verse; and brought up to date the Suggestions for Further Reading. Twelve years of teaching with the aid of this book have shown me some of its original defects of overstatement. I have tried to redress these, but I have not altered the generally traditional point of view, believing that the great classic majority of English and American poems deserve a fair shake on their own terms. I must thank the Princeton University Press for permission to revise and include some of the materials I contributed to Alex Preminger's Princeton Encyclopedia of Poetry and Poetics ; enlarged edition,
When you get the right combination, those letters sharpen and you can read. Which of the following readings sounds better? The first one, right? In both cases, the reason that the first example works is because my pronunciation matches the poetic meter of the words in each line. So how do we describe this difference? The most common way to do so in English is to follow the stresses in each phrase of the line. As you probably know, words in the English languages are composed of a set of stressed and unstressed syllables.
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Sign up for LibraryThing to find out whether you'll like this book. However, Fussell's arrogance had me running to other equally authoritative yet substantially less elitist sources. Fussell works systematically through the subject, liberally sprinkling the text with examples, most of which clearly support his points. The eighteenth century refines a few forms like the iambic pentameter couplet. The nineteenth century experiments again with many forms, rediscovers the versatility of the ballad, and more.
In poetry , metre Commonwealth spelling or meter American spelling ; see spelling differences is the basic rhythmic structure of a verse or lines in verse. Many traditional verse forms prescribe a specific verse metre, or a certain set of metres alternating in a particular order. The study and the actual use of metres and forms of versification are both known as prosody.
Meter is a literary device that works as a structural element in poetry.
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Meter is a regular pattern of stressed and unstressed syllables that defines the rhythm of some poetry. These stress patterns are defined in groupings, called feet , of two or three syllables. A pattern of unstressed-stressed, for instance, is a foot called an iamb.
There was a sickening dropping sensation.
Как торговую марку? - Беккер смотрел на него изумленно. Парень был озадачен. - Для имени нужна торговая марка, а не патент.
Позвони в технический отдел. - В куполе нет света. - У тебя галлюцинации. Тебе пора отправляться домой.
Вы уверены. Но Пьер Клушар провалился в глубокое забытье. ГЛАВА 23 Сьюзан, сидя в одиночестве в уютном помещении Третьего узла, пила травяной чай с лимоном и ждала результатов запуска Следопыта. Как старшему криптографу ей полагался терминал с самым лучшим обзором.
О Боже, я вам так благодарна. Беккер растерялся. Очевидно, он ошибался. Девушка обвила его руками. - Это лето было такое ужасное, - говорила она, чуть не плача.
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