others, thus imagining the same sensations as that of those actually experiencing them. The opening of Pynchon's The Crying of Lot 49 establishes a surreal atmosphere of confusion, and. We can see this in the word spaceship, where the /s/ sound represented by the c often assimilates or blurs to match the sound represented by the. New York: Charles. Logic, geometry, and mathematics are usually held as such (Palmer 381). This type of theatrical arrangement is also called theater in the round. (See also Catachresis, Enallage, Malapropism, Oxymoron, Paradox, Synesthesia ) mock-epic or mock-heroic A satiric literary form that treats a trivial or commonplace subject with the elevated language and heroic style of the classical epic. (Compare Versicle ) divine afflatus See Afflatus dochmius (dahk-mee-us). Sidelight: In the composition of verse, poets sometimes make deviations from the systematic metrical patterns.
Most of Chaucer's stories in The Canterbury Tales have analogues with varying degrees of correspondence; often these are of French or Italian origin. 5 Likes views Creativity March 7, 2017. (Compare Anadiplosis, Anaphora, Echo, Epistrophe, Epizeuxis, Incremental Repetition, Polysyndeton, Refrain, Stornello Verses ) parnassian Of or related to poetry, after Parnassus, a mountain in Greece with two summits; one summit was consecrated to Bacchus, the other to Apollo and the Muses, thus Parnassus was regarded. (See also Dissonance ) (Contrast Euphony ) cadence The progressive rhythmical pattern in lines of verse ; also, the natural tone or modulation of the voice determined by the alternation of accented or unaccented syllables. (Compare Content, Form, Motif, Persona, Texture, Tone ) syllabic verse A type of verse distinguished primarily by the syllable count,.e., the number of syllables in each line, rather than by the rhythmical arrangement of accents or time quantities. (Contrast Solecism ) YZ Poets are the hierophants of an unapprehended inspiration, the mirrors of the gigantic shadows which futurity casts upon the present. (See also Monosyllable, Polysyllable, Trisyllable ) disyllabic rhyme A rhyme in which two final syllables of words have the same sound, as in fender and bender or beguile and revile. Sidelight: The dawn song is also known as an alba (Provençal aube (Old French and tagalied (German).
(See also Fit, Stave, Strophe ) (Compare Canto, Couplet, Envoi ) stanza forms The names given to describe the number of lines in a stanzaic unit, such as: couplet (2 tercet (3 quatrain (4 quintet (5 sestet (6 septet (7 and octave (8). . It became popular in 14th century England as the Breton lay, written in a spirit similar to the French lais. Sidelight: Sometimes the author of a poem identifies a created character as the speaker- but in the absence of a specific attribution the term persona is applied in a neutral sense, since it should not be automatically assumed that a creative work directly reflects the.