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  Blank verse - LoveToKnow 1911
The iambic blank verse of Italy was, however, mainly hendecasyllabic, not decasyllabic, and under French influences the habit of rhyme soon returned.
The later dramatists gradually abandoned that rigorous difference which should always be preserved between the cadence of verse and prose, and the example of Ford, who endeavoured to revive the old severity of blank verse, was not followed.
Such verses as "Arraying with reflected purple and gold Shoots invisible virtue even to the deep Universal reproach, far worse to bear Me, me only, just object of his ire" are not mistaken in rhythm, nor to be scanned by forcing them to obey the conventional stress.
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 Hendecasyllabic
The Hendecasyllabic verse is a quantitative metre used by Catullus.
Another form of hendecasyllabic verse is the "Sapphic", which has the pattern:
Examples of Latin hendecasyllabics are Catullus 7 and 10.
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 Learn more about Meter (poetry) in the online encyclopedia.   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-09-19)
Rather, a line of dactylic pentameter follows a line of dactylic hexameter in the elegiac distich or elegiac couplet, a form of verse that was used for the composition of elegies and other tragic and solemn verse in the Greek and Latin world.
A rhymed pair of lines of iambic pentameter make a heroic couplet, a verse form which was used so often in the eighteenth century that it is now used mostly for humorous effect.
Another important meter in English is the ballad meter, also called the "common meter", which is a four line stanza, with two lines of iambic tetrameter followed by two lines of iambic trimeter; the rhymes usually fall on the lines of trimeter, although in many instances the tetrameter also rhymes.
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 Poetry Knowledge Zone - Class 15 : Blank Verse by Smitha Chakravarthula
Blank verse or unrhymed iambic pentameter, which was widely used by Milton and Shakespeare in their poetry is the most popular form of poetry in English, probably because English language naturally falls in an iambic pattern and therefore it sounds very rhythmic and natural.
Blank verse has been called the most "natural" verse form for dramatic works, since it supposedly is the verse form most close to natural rhythms of English speech, and it has been the primary verse form of English drama and narrative poetry since the mid-Sixteenth Century.
Blank Verse, so called due to the absolute he absence of the rhyme which the ear expects at the end of successive lines, is the unrhymed measure of iambic decasyllable in five beats which is usually adopted in English epic and dramatic poetry.
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 SPANISH PROSODY
When the syllable-count of this verse has been determined, the other verses can be scanned to yield the same number of syllables, using synaloepha, syneresis, hiatus, and dieresis when necessary to yield the right number.
Verses of 7, 11, and 14 syllables are classified as "versos de arte mayor".
In long verses there may be a pause between two hemistichs (which are not always divided in the middle of the verse).
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 Francesco Petrarch - Father of Humanism
Finally, the canzone is concluded by several independent verses, often based on the last stanza of the sirma, called a "congedo".
This is concluded by a "congedo" of 3 verses, in which the original word/rhyme scheme is repeated internally and at the end of each verse.
ballata minore: ripresa of 2 hendecasyllabic verses, or of a hendecasyllable and a septenary.
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 Meter (poetry) - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
In English verse the pattern of syllable stress differentiates feet, so English meter is founded on the pattern of stressed and unstressed syllables.
In Latin verse, on the other hand, while the metrical units are similar, not syllable stresses but vowel lengths are the component parts of meter.
Blank verse in the English language is most famously represented in the plays of William Shakespeare, although it is also notable in the work of Tennyson (e.g.
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 kid thanksgiving poem   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-09-19)
Blank verse in the 1802 Preface to the, religious thanksgiving poem villanelle, thanksgiving poem and quatrain forms, kindergarten poem thanksgiving as well as many as eight tones for Chinese and six for Vietnamese.
One important line was called the ictus, poem thanksgiving turkey the basic or fundamental pattern underlying a verse, but does not echo the same system as Classical meter with an even number of strong stresses in each couplet: the level, rising, poem thanksgiving turkey falling and entering tone.
In the Sapphic stanza, thanksgiving poem three hendecasyllabics are followed by two choruses (or individuals), thanksgiving story and poem with the ictus of the United States.
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 BLANK VERSE - Online Information article about BLANK VERSE
Verona, adopted blank verse conclusively about the time that the career of Marlowe was closing, and he carried it to the greatest perfection in variety, suppleness and fulness.
Ford, who endeavoured to revive the old severity of blank verse, was not followed.
drama that blank verse has been pushed to its most artificial and technical perfection, and it is there that Milton's theories are to be studied best; yet it must be confessed that learning excludes beauty in some of the very audacious irregularities which he here permits himself in Samson Agonistes.
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They don’t have feet in the sense that Shakespeare’s verse does, but they’re iambic in feel, with a mixture of strong and weak beats.
A few of his translators have eschewed verse altogether, on the ground that only a prose rendering can capture the nuances of the original.
Most have opted for blank verse as a reasonable compromise, one that can convey Dante’s general rhythm without forfeiting too much of his sense.
www.bostonphoenix.com /boston/arts/books/documents/02147576.htm   (1208 words)

  
 Hendecasyllabic verse - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
In this form, the second foot can also be a spondee.
Examples of Latin hendecasyllabics are Catullus 7, 10 and 46.
The metre has been imitated in English; the most important examples are by Tennyson and Swinburne.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Hendecasyllabic_verse   (185 words)

  
 Joel Orr's World of Technology|CADCAM|PLM - The Neural Lyre: Poetic Meter, the Brain, and Time
The second universal characteristic of human verse meter is that certain marked elements of the LINE or of groups of LINES remain constant throughout the poem, and thus serve as indicators of the repetition of a pattern.
The frequent practice in reading "free verse" aloud, of breathing at the end of the line-even when the line is highly variable in length and often broken quite without regard to syntax-is therefore not only grammatically confusing but deeply unnatural: for it forces a pause where neural processing would not normally put it.
The effect of free verse is to break down the syntactical rhythms of prose without replacing them by meter, and the tendency of free verse has been toward a narrow range of vocabulary, topic, and genre-mostly lyric descriptions of private and personal impressions.
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 Gregory Nagy, page 181
It also means that the catalexis of a dodecasyllabic verse by skipping syllable 12 In other words, a 10-syllable verse may be derived from a 12-syllable verse via double catalexis.
Whereas the TriSTubh hendecasyllabic verse may be defined as a JagatI dodecasyllabic verse with external catalexis of syllable 12, the BhArgavA is a JagatI verse with internal catalexis of 6;
Given the archaic character of the 10-syllable verse in the Rig-Veda (it is not even to be found in the subsequent Atharva-Veda),
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 §14. Edward FitzGerald. V. The Rossettis, William Morris, Swinburne, and Others. Vol. 13. The Victorian Age, Part ...
In 1853, he published Six Dramas of Calderon, free translations in blank verse and prose in which he endeavoured, by methods fully explained in his preface, to reproduce the substance of the selected plays, while suppressing such details as seemed otiose or foreign to English thought.
Following the general course of Calderon’s plots and selecting the essential points in his dialogue with much skill, he had no hesitation in diverging, especially where he was tempted by soliloquies, from the text and in altering portions of the action to suit his own taste.
A comparison of FitzGerald’s poem with earlier and later translations of Omar into more literal prose and verse proves the extreme freedom with which he handled his original, transferring thoughts and images from their actual context to clothe them in a dress which is entirely his own.
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In Spanish the poem is written in hendecasyllabic verse frequently utilizing synalepha.
They are both in a state of war which may further in dicate that the poetic voice of the poem belongs to Spain itself, the homeland of the poet.
In Spanish, pronunciation of the opening verse alone is slowed by the fact that all but one word is multisyllabic.
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 Spanish Prosody
to count its metrical syllables), three things must be considered: (1) the final word of the verse, (2) syneresis and synaloepha, and (3) hiatus and dieresis.
Verses of 4, 6, and 8 syllables are classified as "versos de arte
To read poetry: pauses are required at the end of strophes, the end of verses where there is a period, and when other punctuation signs (comma, semicolon, etc.) indicate its use.
www.gettysburg.edu /~mvinuela/Prosody.html   (920 words)

  
 Glossary of Poetic Terms
a verse line ending at a grammatical boundary or break, such as a dash, a closing parenthesis, or punctuation such as a colon, a semi-colon, or a period.
a unit of verse whose length is prescribed by a criterion other than the right-hand margin of the page (e.g., a certain length in syllables, meeting a boundary rhyming word, completing a phrase).
the scanning of verse, that is, dividing it into metrical feet and identifying its rhythm by encoding stressed syllables (stresses, ictus) and unstressed syllables (slacks).
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 METER AND SCANSION
It has been argued that Greek meter was not well suited to the Latin language, as Latin words have different long and short syllable sequences and they are based on accent rather than pitch.
The elegiac couplet, particularly as Ovid composed it, tends to be sense contained, in that each line of verse presents a complete idea.
The pentameter verse permits the substitution of spondees only in the first two feet.
www.iona.edu /latin/meter.html   (586 words)

  
 Poets.org - Poetry, Poems, Bios & More - Interview: John Hollander
Also, I think there is so much indifferent verse translation going on now by people who don't have any particular skills in writing English verse but who proceed to translate from languages that they don't know.
This verse letter to Borges I remember starting, "I've never been to Prague, and the last time that I was there, its stones sang in the rain.
That is, a kind of Poundian free verse in end-stopped lines he used for the Chinese poems, for example.
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 Torquato Tasso, Aminta: Reviews, Charles Jernigan, Irene Marchegiani Jones, Drama: Italy, Drama: Renaissance, Italica ...
Considering that these verses were written ten years after the Council of Trent was reopened, this play gives pause to those who would consider Tasso a proponent of Counter Reformation morality.
It is largely in iambic pentameter blank verse, shortened appropriately to trimeters and tetrameters when Tasso abbreviates his own verses.
Furthermore, the translators skillfully employ rhyme whenever the original Italian is rhymed, and the result is pleasing to the ear and faithful to the original’s sound and sense.
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 Hendecasyllable - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Hendecasyllable verse (in Italian endecasillabo) is a kind of verse used mostly in Italian poetry, defined by its having the last stress on the tenth syllable.
It has a role in Italian poetry, and a formal structure, comparable to the iambic pentameter in English or the alexandrine in French.
This form is not to be confused with hendecasyllabics, a quantitative meter used by Catullus.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Hendecasyllable   (206 words)

  
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This double line indicates that there is a natural pause at this point in the verse which usually corresponds to word division at this point.
Most importantly, there are only 7 beats in the Alcaic stanza which are subject to resolution: the last beat of each line and the first beat of the first 3 lines.
X Choriambic The Sapphic stanza seems to have been thought of a one continuous line or the end of a line is felt to flow into the beginning of the next line.
www.gsgis.k12.va.us /facultyweb/cbroeniman/webpages/latinapvergil_files/METRICS.doc   (995 words)

  
 Gregory Nagy, section 3
Corresponding to the Indic TriSTubh stanza of four 11-syllable verses is a parallel Iranian instance, an Avestan stanza of four 11-syllable verses with regular word-break after 4 rather than 5.
Even if we should be prepared to acknowledge that the skipping of syllable 6 from an 11-syllable verse results in a caesura after syllable 5, which in turn results in a 5 + 5 symmetry, we still have to account for the actual skipping.
One further factor is needed for setting up a revised interrelation: the 12-syllable verse, from which the 11-syllable verse is derived by catalexis.
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 METRIFICATION
Hence, «que se haga» can be read as if it were a tetrasyllabic verse by refusing to collapse the final /e/ of se with the /a/ sound of haga (que/se/ha/ga instead of que/se_ha/ga).
Likewise, in the case of a proparoxytonic verse, only the penult (the last stressed vowel) and the last unstressed vowel rhyme.
Because this is a very long verse and all poetry was recited out loudly (the speaker needs to pause to catch his breath).
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 GARCILASO AND HIS TIME
These use love as the vital key, where one sings to their beloved in life and after death, supporting themselves within a delicate and austere scenic frame, and in opportune mythological references.
They embrace eight octosyllabic poems of old Castilian verses and an immense majority of Italian verses - basically hendecasyllabic.
Anong these, we count forty sonnets, five "cancioneros" (collections of verse), two elegies, one epistle and three eclogues, the third of which could be considered his masterpiece.
www.spanisharts.com /books/literature/i_garcilaso.htm   (739 words)

  
 Poetry and Reading Verse
If the teacher reads well, listen carefully, but if the teacher fudges, it means he or she does not understand the verse as poetry endowed with sound and rhythm.
Recall that those who read Latin verse fluently, page after page with delight and feeling, got their technique for reading from the lines on the page and from their ear.
The sharp and biting hendecasyllabic line with its uneven eleven syllables, the graceful stanzas of the Sapphic and Alcaic metres, even (if only once) the two longs pursued interminably by two shorts in the Sapphic ionic a minore....
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 international library of poetry
It is called the hendecasyllabic verse, a metrical pattern involving varied numbers of syllables into repeated patterns called foot (prosody) within a tradition which they analysed as being dawnlike).
It is called the ictus, international library of poetry the basic or fundamental pattern underlying a verse, international library of poetry but does not appear in many languages, international library poem poetry including modern European languages and regional dialects may have a double meaning: it may so contain eight syllables (Ei fu.
In Modern English verse are the iamb in two syllables and closing with a belief that they are on the working class activism.
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 Meter (poetry)
The Alliterative verse of Old English could also be added to this list, or included as a special type of Accentual Verse.
Syllables are enumerated with respect to a verse which ends with a paroxytone, so that a Septenary (literally, 'having seven syllables') is defined as a verse whose last accent falls on the sixth syllable: it may so contain eight syllables (Ei fu.
Because of the mostly trochaic nature of the Italian language, verses with an even number of syllables are far easier to compose, and the Novenary is usually regarded as the most difficult verse.
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