The New Poetries: Poetic Form Since Coleridge and Wordsworth
Bucknell University Press, 1985 - 228 strani
This penetrating analysis of the prosody of modern poetry traces the growth of sprang rhythm, free verse, and the prose poem out of traditional metered poetry, and examines the multiplicity of ways in which modern poetry innovatively employs the complex logical and grammatical structures of language to create poetic style and to distinguish itself from ordinary discourse.
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Acknowledgments and Note on Terminology
The Transformation of Premises
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