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American prosody,

Author: Gay Wilson Allen
Publisher: New York, Cincinnati American Book Co. [©1935]
Series: American literature series.
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Genre/Form: Criticism, interpretation, etc
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Allen, Gay Wilson, 1903-1995.
American prosody.
New York, Cincinnati [etc.] American Book Co. [©1935]
(OCoLC)571469241
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Gay Wilson Allen
OCLC Number: 270010
Description: L, 342 pages, 21 cm.
Contents: Blank Verse --
The Heroic Coulet --
Ocosyllabics --
The Anapest --
Stanzas --
Conclusion --
Minor American Poets of the Seventeenth and Eighteenth Centuries --
Bryant's Prosodic Theory --
Blank Verse --
Octosyllabics --
The Trisyllabic Foot --
Rimed Iamic Pentameter --
The Sonnet --
The Senserian Stanza --
The Alexandrine --
Other Stanzas --
Bryant's Contributions --
Prosodic Events of the Times --
The Rationale of Verse --
Brief Summary of Poe's Prosodic Theory --
The Chronological Difficulty --
Al Aaraaf (1829)-"The Heroic Couplet" --
Four-Stress Verse --
To Helen (1831) and Israfel (1831), "Free Stress" --
Lenore, "Seven-Stress" --
The Coliseum, "Blank Verse" --
The Raven (1845), "Eight-Stress," "Sycnopation" --
Ululame (1847), "Anapest," "Appositional Reiteration" --
Annabel Lee (1849), "The Culmination of Poe's Lyric Style" --
Other Stanza Forms --
Som Comparisons of Poe's Theory and Practice --
Versification of the Minor Poets --
The Transcendental Theory of Prosody --
Blank Verse --
Heroic Couplet --
The Octosyllabi Couplet --
Other Four-Stress Verse --
Four-plus-Three Measure (and Variations) --
Three-Stress Verse. The Ode --
Irregular Short Lines --
Emerson and Free Verse --
The Transcendental Poets --
Octosyllabics --
Four-plus-Three Measure (Ballad Meter) --
Seven-Stress Verse --
Five-plus-Three Measure --
Iambic Pentameter --
The Anapest --
Stanzas --
General Summary and Conclusions --
Minor Poets of the Civil War --
Four-Stress Iambic Verse --
Eight-Stress Verse --
Ballad Measure --
Three-Stress Verse --
The Anapest --
Rimed Trochaic Meter --
Unrime Troches --
The Ode --
Dimeter and Other Short Lines --
The Hexameter --
Blank Verse --
Heroic Couplet --
Sonnets --
Ballads and Ballad Measure --
Four-Stress Iambics --
The Anapest --
Heroic Couplet --
Blank Verse --
The Chambered Nautilus --
Other Stanza Forms --
The Familiar Verse of Saxe, Field, Bunner --
"Parallelism" --
The "Envelope" --
Internal Parallelism --
Phonetic Recurrence --
Initial Reiteration --
medial and Final Reiteration --
Grammatical Rhythm --
Whitman's Parentheses --
Imagery and Figures --
"Changing Figures" --
Chronological Developments --
The Ode and Irregular Measures --
Four-Stress Verse --
Dimeter and Trimeter --
Seven and Eight-Stress Verse --
The Anapest --
Iambic Pentameter. Lowell's Contribution --
Minor Poets of the Later Nineteenth Century --
The Science of English Verse --
Lanier's Use of Meter --
Phonetic Reiterations (Including "Colors of Vers," etc.) --
Vague Imagery, The Result of Lanier's Theory --
Minor Southern Poets --
The Textual Problem --
The Question of Irregular Meter --
Emily Dickinson's Rime --
The Link Between Emerson and "Imagism."
Series Title: American literature series.
Responsibility: by Gay Wilson Allen.

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