The technique of English verse, by George R. Stewart.

Port Washington, N.Y., Kennikat Press [1966] .

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Subjects English language -- Versification.
Description x, 235 pages illustrations 19 cm
Copyright Date [1966]
Notes Includes bibliographical references (pages 227-228).
Contents pt. 1. The simplest metrical structure and its variations. Simple phrasing ; Variation of the stressed syllable ; Variation of the unstressed syllable ; Pauses ; Larger phrasing ; The beginning and the ending of the line ; Trisyllabic feet ; Monosyllabic feet -- part 2. The complex metrical structures. Trisyllabic verse ; Dipodic verse -- Part 3. The larger units of verse. Lines ; The simple couplet ; Rimed stanzas ; Couplets with internal rime ; Unbalanced rime, lines ; Stanza-grouping, the French forms ; Unrimed verse, structures, blank verse -- Part 4. The ornament of verse. Rime and alliteration ; Euphony ; Sound and sense -- Part 5. The relations of verse. Verse and prose ; Verse and free verse ; Verse and song.
Network Numbers (OCoLC)174968
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WorldCat Identities Stewart, George R., 1895-1980.
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