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Metre, Rhythm, and Verse Form (The New Critical Idiom) - 96 edition

Metre, Rhythm, and Verse Form (The New Critical Idiom) (ISBN10: 041508797X; ISBN13: 9780415087971)
ISBN13: 978-0415087971
ISBN10: 041508797X

This edition has also been released as:
ISBN13: 978-0415122672
ISBN10: 0415122678

Summary: Metre, Rhythm, Free Verseis designed to explain the most important component of verse--its sound. This book provides all of the tools necessary to understanding poetry and poetry criticism, while clarifying and making accessible a number of technical terms which could otherwise be both intimidating and confusing. In a manner which is both unpretentious and enthusiastic, Philip Hosbaum defines the difference between metre and rhythm, and provides newer and more precise definitions f
or terms such as blank verse, sprung verse and free verse. From the bob-wheel stanza to the iambus, from the Spenserian sonnet to modern rap, this comprehensive yet succinct volume covers the many terms and ideas which are essential to a fuller appreciation of poetry. In addition to providing this indispensable foundation for further reading,Metre, Rhythm, Free Versealso introduces its readers to a selection of key poets from all ages. A welcome remedy to the complexity ofpoetical terminology, this book proves an invaluable introduction and an essential guide.
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Summary: Metre, Rhythm, Free Verseis designed to explain the most important component of verse--its sound. This book provides all of the tools necessary to understanding poetry and poetry criticism, while clarifying and making accessible a number of technical terms which could otherwise be both intimidating and confusing. In a manner which is both unpretentious and enthusiastic, Philip Hosbaum defines the difference between metre and rhythm, and provides newer and more precise definitions for terms such as blank verse, sprung verse and free verse. From the bob-wheel stanza to the iambus, from the Spenserian sonnet to modern rap, this comprehensive yet succinct volume covers the many terms and ideas which are essential to a fuller appreciation of poetry. In addition to providing this indispensable foundation for further reading,Metre, Rhythm, Free Versealso introduces its readers to a selection of key poets from all ages. A welcome remedy to the complexity ofpoetical terminology, this book proves an invaluable introduction and an essential guide. ...show less

Edition/Copyright: 96
Cover: Print On Demand
Publisher: Routledge N. Y.
Year Published: 1996
International: No

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