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📒French Verse Art ✍ Clive Scott
✏French Verse Art Book Summary : This 1980 book is designed to help university students to master the technicalities and techniques of French verse. The author assumes that part of the difficulty encountered by readers derives from the need to approach French verse through English verse; this book undertakes, therefore, a differentiation of the two verse traditions. Dr Scott's concern is to provide the groundwork of a terminology, to discuss the origins and implications of that terminology, and to show how terminological knowledge can be translated into critical speculation about poetry. After three chapters which establish the essential features of the French line of verse and outline the difficulties the student is likely to encounter in trying to describe it and deal with it, the book moves on to consider rhyme, stanzas, verse forms and free verse.
📒Understanding French Verse ✍ David Hunter
✏Understanding French Verse Book Summary : This guide is aimed at singers and singing teachers interseted in the French song repertoire. In a clear and concise way, using examples from well known song settings, it sets out the basics of French versification, showing how an understanding of verse techniques can enhance the enjoyment and interpretation of the French mélodie.
📒Essays On The Art Of Chaucer S Verse ✍ Alan T. Gaylord
✏Essays on the Art of Chaucer s Verse Book Summary : First published in 2001. Routledge is an imprint of Taylor & Francis, an informa company.
✏Release Date : 1708
✏Pages : 325
✏ISBN : BL:A0018190913
✏Available Language : English, Spanish, And French
✏The Art of Speaking Written in French by Messieurs Du Port Royal or Rather by B Lamy in Pursuance of a Former Treatise Intituled The Art of Thinking Rendred Into English The Second Edition Corrected Book Summary :
📒A Question Of Syllables ✍ Clive Scott
✏A Question of Syllables Book Summary : Dr Scott examines the intimate life of words in verse, with all their fluctuations of meaning, mood and tone.
✏The Penguin Book of French Poetry Book Summary : This collection illuminates the uniquely fascinating era between 1820 and 1950 in French poetry - a time in which diverse aesthetic ideas conflicted and converged as poetic forms evolved at an astonishing pace. It includes generous selections from all the established giants - among them Baudelaire, Verlaine, Rimbaud and Breton - as well as works from a wide variety of less well-known poets such as Claudel and Cendrars, whose innovations proved vital to the progress of poetry in France. The significant literary schools of the time are also represented in sections focusing on such movements as Romanticism, Symbolism, Cubism and Surrealism. Eloquent and inspirational, this rich and exhilarating anthology reveals an era of exceptional vitality.
📒Unacknowledged Legislators ✍ Roger Pearson
✏Unacknowledged Legislators Book Summary : Unacknowledged Legislators presents an original and detailed history of the theory and practice of French poetry from 1750 through to the end of the Romantic Period. It focuses on five major writers of the post-revolutionary period: Chateaubriand and Mme de Staël, who set the most influential agendas for poetry in the Romantic period; and Lamartine, Hugo, and Vigny, the three most important French lyric poets before Baudelaire. The Romantic figure ofthe poet as priest and prophet is now dismissed as an uninteresting cliché, but this book demonstrates for the first time how the figure of the poet as lawgiver was central to the theory and practice of poetryduring this period. It ends by pointing to the enduring importance of the poet-lawgiver in post-Romantic and Symbolist conceptions of poetry.
📒A Short History Of French Literature ✍ Sarah Kay
✏A Short History of French Literature Book Summary : In this lucid and innovative volume, three distinguished scholars trace this history of French literature from its beginnings to the present day. From the oral, unstable anonymous works of the early Middle Ages via the emergence of a print culture in the Renaissance, through to the attempted codification of genres and styles in the nineteenth century and the resourceful experimentation of the twentieth, A Short History of French Literature demonstrates the world importance of French literature, and the extraordinary richness of its range. The three main parts of the volume cover the Middle Ages, the Early Modern period, and the Modern period, and offer wide-ranging, personal, and detailed coverage of major writers and movements. Writing for the interested general reader as much as for students, the authors range expertly between authors and their works, historical events, and literary movements, offering as a whole an authoritative and innovative account of the history of French literature.
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📒The Art Of Poetry ✍ Nicolas Boileau
✏The Art of Poetry Book Summary : Following in the footsteps of Horace'sArs Poetica, Boileau's Art of Poetry lays down, in four entertaining books dealing with all forms and genres of poetry, the codes and rules for good versification. This beautiful translation proved to have a lasting influence on the future shape of English literature—among others, it was imitated magnificently by Pope in his “Essay on Criticism,” who also took Lutrin as a model for his own masterpiece,The Rape of the Lock. Now reprinted for the first time in more than a century, Sir William Soames's 1683 verse translation of Boileau's poetical masterpiece—revised by the great poet John Dryden—here appears together with an eighteenth-century version of his hugely influential mock-heroic poem, Lutrin, with the original French text on facing pages.