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Sound, sense and rhythm

Dilys A. M. Rembowska

Sound, sense and rhythm

a phonetic reader

by Dilys A. M. Rembowska

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Published by Longmans, Green and Co in London .
Written in English


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StatementDilys A. M. Rembowska.
The Physical Object
Pagination35p. ;
Number of Pages35
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL13875396M

"Sound, Sense, and Rhythm concerns the way we read - or rather, imagine we are listening to - ancient Greek and Latin poetry. Through clear and penetrating analysis Mark Edwards shows how an understanding of the effects of word order and meter is vital for appreciating the meaning of classical poetry, composed for listening audiences."--Jacket.   Around Sound turns my personal experiences with music, both as a musician and as a listener, into stories. Check out the other parts of How I improved my sense of rhythm: Part 1, Part 2, Part 3 by Author: Anirudh Venkatesh.

Sound and Sense Summary. The sound and rhythm has to fit with the ideas being expressed. By the way, the reason we're analyzing the lines by two is because Pope is considered the greatest poet of the heroic couplet: two rhymed lines (see our "Glossary" for more). Pope is a total master of sound and rhythm. In the first two lines, he's. Lee "Sound, Sense, and Rhythm Listening to Greek and Latin Poetry" por Mark W. Edwards disponible en Rakuten Kobo. This book concerns the way we read--or rather, imagine we are listening to--ancient Greek and Latin poetry. Through clea.

A best-selling introduction to poetry for more than fifty years, PERRINE'S SOUND AND SENSE: AN INTRODUCTION TO POETRY succinctly covers the basics of poetry with detailed chapters on the elements of poetry, unique chapters on evaluating poetry, exemplary selections, and exercises and study questions that invite students into careful study.4/5(1).   Writing Resources: Perrine’s Sound and Sense. by Melissa Donovan | Perrine’s Sound and Sense. This book is a delightful and comprehensive romp through the intricacies of poetry and language. and dedicates a significant portion of its final chapters to musicality with chapters such as “Musical Devices,” “Rhythm and.


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Sound, Sense, and Rhythm: Listening to Greek and Latin Poetry. In this Book. Additional Information. Sound, Sense, and Rhythm: Listening to Greek and Latin Poetry Based on the author's Martin Classical Lectures at Oberlin College inthis book will enrich the appreciation of classicists and their students for the immense possibilities.

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"Sound, Sense, and Rhythm is superb. Among its many virtues are a remarkable mastery of technical aspects of ancient verse, providing a treasurehouse of information for classicists and other professionals; the excellent use of modern and/or Sound literature to help explain ancient practice, and the clear and graceful writing."—Thomas Van Nortwick, Oberlin College.

""Sound, Sense, and Rhythm is superb. Among its many virtues are a remarkable mastery of technical aspects of ancient verse, providing a treasurehouse of information for classicists and other professionals; the excellent use of modern and/or contemporary literature to help explain ancient practice, and the clear and graceful writing."--Thomas Van Nortwick, 3/5(1).

I should start this review of Mark Edwards' book, Sound, Sense, and Rhythm: Listening to Greek and Latin Poetry,by reporting that I was his student many years ago and have found great pleasure "hearing" once again my teacher's voice, as I read his this is Edwards' goal in the book, which is based on his Martin Lectures at Oberlin in to offer a model of how to.

This book concerns the way we read—or rather, imagine we are listening to—ancient Greek and Latin poetry. Through clear and penetrating analysis Mark Edwards shows how an understanding of the effects of word order and meter is vital for appreciating the meaning of classical poetry, composed for listening first of four chapters examines Homer's emphasis of.

This book concerns the way we read--or rather, imagine we are listening to--ancient Greek and Latin poetry. Through clear and penetrating analysis Mark Edwards shows how an understanding of the effects of word order and meter is vital for appreciating the meaning of classical poetry, composed for listening audiences.

In addition to technical precision, composition that connects with readers has a sense of rhythm and sound. Think of how much children enjoy rhymes and word play such as Red Rover, Red Rover, let Raymond come over and The itsy bitsy spider climbed up the waterspout / Down came the rain and washed the spider out.

Sound, Sense, and Rhythm: Listening to Greek and Latin Poetry Martin Classical Lectures: : Mark W. Edwards: Libros en idiomas extranjerosAuthor: Mark W. Edwards. Sound and Sense is a classic introductory to poetry that many of you might have encountered in high school or college.

I recently found my copy from high school and was reviewing it just to refresh my knowledge of poetry terms/5.

I came across an early edition of Sound and Sense a few years ago. At first glance the slighty yellowed text appeared foreboding with chapters like denotation and connotation, imagery, figurative lanaguage, allusion, tone, rhythm and meter, sound and meaning, and so by: Sound, Sense, and Rhythm: Listening to Greek and Latin Poetry.

Edwards, The book conveys a strong sense of E.’s own engagement with the poet, whether Homer, Aeschylus, or Propertius, and of his desire to enable others to share the richness of his experience. It is an intensely personal book, earnest, modest, humane, scrupulously honest.

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[Mark W Edwards] -- This book concerns the way we read--or rather, imagine we are listening to--ancient Greek and Latin poetry. Through clear and penetrating analysis Mark Edwards shows how an understanding of the.

This book concerns the way we read--or rather, imagine we are listening to--ancient Greek and Latin poetry. Through clear and penetrating analysis Mark Edwards shows how an understanding of the effects of word order and meter is vital for appreciating the meaning of classical poetry, composed for listening audiences.

The first of four chapters examines Homer's emphasis of. The measured words and sounds together convey the emotional intent of the poet in his works to make his poetry resonate with the reader.

Sound of sense technique utilizes specific sounds and tones to construct an auditory awareness of the subject. The sound of the words combines with the rhythm of the verses to deliver the meaning of the poem."Sound, Sense, and Rhythm is superb. Among its many virtues are a remarkable mastery of technical aspects of ancient verse, providing a treasurehouse of information for classicists and other professionals; the excellent use of modern and/or contemporary literature to help explain ancient practice, and the clear and graceful writing.".Sound and Sense Introduction.

When Alexander Pope was just 23 years old he published his first independent work, called An Essay on Criticism, of which "Sound and Sense" is a small part.(And by the way, at thirty he was famous and rich.

Nice.) .