Via 3 variations over greater than 4 a long time, The Princeton Encyclopedia of Poetry and Poetics has outfitted an unmatched acceptance because the so much complete and authoritative reference for college kids, students, and poets on all elements of its topic: background, activities, genres, prosody, rhetorical units, severe phrases, and extra. Now this landmark paintings has been completely revised and up-to-date for the twenty-first century. Compiled by means of a wholly new workforce of editors, the fourth edition--the first re-creation in virtually twenty years--reflects contemporary alterations in literary and cultural stories, offering up to date insurance and giving larger cognizance to the overseas elements of poetry, all whereas keeping the easiest of the former volumes
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Extra info for The Princeton Encyclopedia of Poetry and Poetics (4th Edition)
Perhaps partly for this reason, versions of accentual verse (measuring lines in four, three, or even two stresses) have been popular alongside mod. free verse, sometimes only notionally distinct from it. See alliteration, ballad meter, equivalence, versification. See also number(s).
One step beyond the accents recorded in dicts. ) and as a phrase (a teacher from Spain). Eng. phonology enjoins stronger accent on “Spanish” in the compound and “teacher” in the phrase. These lexical accents and diﬀerences in accent between compounds and phrases are “hardwired” into the Eng. lang. Beyond those, speakers exercise more deliberate choice when they employ contrasting accent to create rhetorical or logical emphases that are intimately entwined with semantic context. In the opposition Chicago White Sox vs.
Livingstone, Selected Writings, ed. M. W. , v. , (); R. Tsur, “Kubla Khan”—Poetic Structure, Hypnotic Quality, and Cognitive Style (). C. Bernstein ACCENT. , accent is the auditory prominence perceived in one syllable as compared with others in its vicinity. Accent and stress are often treated as synonymous, though some literary scholars and linguists distinguish the two terms according to a variety of criteria. Disagreements persist about the source and acoustical nature of syllabic prominence—loudness, volume, *pitch, *duration, or some combination of factors—but they are arguably of peripheral relevance to the understanding of accent within Eng.
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