Sound and poetry.


New York, Columbia University Press, 1957.
ISBN 9780231022095, 0231022093

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Subjects Music and literature.
Musique et littérature.
Poetry.
Poésie.
Series Essays from the English Institute ; 1956.
Description 156 pages 21 cm.
Copyright Date 1957.
Contents Introduction : Lexis and Melos / Northrop Frye -- part 1. The poetry of sound. Words into music : the composer's approach to the text / Edward T. Cone ; Poetry and music : Joyce's Ulysses / Frederick W. Sternfeld ; Musica mundana and Twelfth night / John Hollander -- part 2. The sound of poetry. Structure, sound, and meaning / Craig La Drière ; Spenser and Milton: some parallels and contrasts in the handling of sound / Ants Oras ; From linguistics to poetry / Harold Whitehall.
Network Numbers (OCoLC)1021176
(OCoLC)ocm01021176
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WorldCat Identities Frye, Northrop.
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