The Sound Sense of Poetry

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  • Author : Peter Robinson
  • Publisher : Cambridge University Press
  • Pages : null pages
  • ISBN : 1108395309
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The Sound Sense of Poetry

The Sound Sense of Poetry
  • Author : Peter Robinson
  • Publisher : Cambridge University Press
  • Release : 31 August 2018
GET THIS BOOK The Sound Sense of Poetry

What real role can poetry have in the world? How are its truths created by the words and sounds chosen by the poet and by the way readers respond to them? Acclaimed poet Peter Robinson brings his knowledge of poetic art to the understanding of the reader's contribution in enabling poetry to play its part in life. Emphasising the value of individual writers' and readers' interactions, together with such key matters as meter and rhythm, voicing and form, rhyme and

The Political Poetess

The Political Poetess
  • Author : Tricia Lootens
  • Publisher : Princeton University Press
  • Release : 25 September 2022
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Cover -- Title -- Copyright -- Dedication -- Contents -- Introduction: Slaves, Spheres, Poetess Poetics -- Section 1 Racializing the Poetess: Haunting "Separate Spheres"--CHAPTER ONE Antislavery Afterlives: Changing the Subject / Haunting the Poetess -- CHAPTER TWO "Not Another 'Poetess' ": Feminist Criticism, Nineteenth-Century Poetry, and the Racialization of Suicide -- Section 2 Suspending Spheres: The Violent Structures of Patriotic Pacifism -- CHAPTER THREE Suspending Spheres, Suspending Disbelief: Hegel's Antigone, Craik's Crimea, Woolf's Three Guineas -- CHAPTER FOUR Turning and Burning: Sentimental Criticism,

Perrine s Sound and Sense

Perrine s Sound and Sense
  • Author : Greg Johnson,Thomas R. Arp
  • Publisher : Cengage Learning
  • Release : 01 January 2017
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A best-selling introduction to poetry for more than 50 years, PERRINE'S SOUND AND SENSE: AN INTRODUCTION TO POETRY, 15e, succinctly covers the basics with detailed chapters on the elements of poetry, unique materials on evaluating poetry, exemplary selections, and exercises and study questions that guide understanding. Every chapter introduction bears the mark of Laurence Perrine's crisp, clean, and descriptive prose, and every poem selected as an example brings text concepts to life. With an emphasis on teaching students to read, understand,

Mallarm and Debussy

Mallarm   and Debussy
  • Author : Elizabeth McCombie
  • Publisher : Oxford University Press
  • Release : 25 September 2022
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An interdisciplinary study of music and poetry which examines a series of encounters between Mallarme and Debussy. In a fresh reading of the lecture "La musique et les lettres", it argues that Mallarme's poetic theory creates an architecture for the cohabitation of music and letters.

The Mind s Landscape

The Mind s Landscape
  • Author : David Clippinger
  • Publisher : University of Delaware Press
  • Release : 25 September 2022
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Throughout the latter half of the twentieth century, the poet WilliamBronk (1918-1999) was a significant voice in the American literarylandscape. Even though he spent nearly all of his life in Hudson Falls, NY, Bronk was a vital presence in American poetry as evidenced byhis connections to Robert Frost, Charles Olson, George Oppen, RobertCreeley, Wallace Stevens, Susan Howe, Rosemarie Waldrop, andothers. The Mind's Landscape attempts to present a freshperspective of twentieth-century literary history as seen through thelens of Bronk's life as

The Life of Robert Frost

The Life of Robert Frost
  • Author : Henry Hart
  • Publisher : John Wiley & Sons
  • Release : 17 April 2017
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Title Page -- Copyright Page -- Contents -- Acknowledgments -- List of Abbreviations and Author's Note -- Chapter 1 The New England Frosts -- Chapter 2 Rebel Sons and Punitive Fathers -- Chapter 3 Strong Man's Food and Swedenborgian Mysticism -- Chapter 4 "A Boy's Will Is the Wind's Will" -- Chapter 5 Reluctant Yankees -- Chapter 6 Monuments to After-thought -- Chapter 7 "Precipitate in Love" -- Chapter 8 Adventures in the Great Dismal Swamp -- 9 From Riffraff to Harvard -- 10 Deaths of a Son and a

The Oxford Handbook of Western Music and Philosophy

The Oxford Handbook of Western Music and Philosophy
  • Author : Tomás McAuley,Nanette Nielsen,Jerrold Levinson,Ariana Phillips-Hutton
  • Publisher : Oxford University Press
  • Release : 04 December 2020
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Whether regarded as a perplexing object, a morally captivating force, an ineffable entity beyond language, or an inescapably embodied human practice, music has captured philosophically inclined minds since time immemorial. In turn, musicians of all stripes have called on philosophy as a source of inspiration and encouragement, and scholars of music through the ages have turned to philosophy for insight into music and into the worlds that sustain it. In this Handbook, contributors build on this legacy to conceptualize the

Ottemiller s Index to Plays in Collections

Ottemiller s Index to Plays in Collections
  • Author : John Henry Ottemiller,Denise L. Montgomery
  • Publisher : Scarecrow Press
  • Release : 25 September 2022
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Representing the largest expansion between editions, this updated volume of Ottemiller's Index to Plays in Collections is the standard location tool for full-length plays published in collections and anthologies in England and the United States throughout the 20th century and beyond. This new volume lists more than 3,500 new plays and 2,000 new authors, as well as birth and/or death information for hundreds of authors.

The Poetics of Repetition in English and Chinese Lyric Poetry

The Poetics of Repetition in English and Chinese Lyric Poetry
  • Author : Cecile Chu-chin Sun
  • Publisher : University of Chicago Press
  • Release : 25 September 2022
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Preface Chinese Historical Periods Prologue. Setting Repetition in Its Larger Context of Culture 1 Repetition as the Common Basis for Comparison 2 The Overt Mode of Repetition: Sound 3 The Covert Mode of Repetition: Sense 4 Mimesis and Xing Epilogue. The Telos of Poetic Repetition Appendix: Original Texts of Chinese Poems and Critical Passages Notes Glossary Index

Parmenides and To Eon

Parmenides and To Eon
  • Author : Lisa Atwood Wilkinson
  • Publisher : Bloomsbury Publishing
  • Release : 09 June 2009
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Parmenides and To Eon offers a new historical and philosophical reading of Parmenides of Elea by exploring the significance and dynamics of the oral tradition of ancient Greece. The book disentangles our theories of language from what evidence suggests is an archaic Greek experience of speech. With this in mind, the author reconsiders Parmenides' poem, arguing that the way we divide up his text is inconsistent with the oral tradition Parmenides inherits. Wilkinson proposes that, although Parmenides may have composed