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Poetry , of course , does not have to rhyme . Many of the poems we have read are without rhyme and live quite happily that way . All we are doing in this section is investigating what rhyme has to contribute when it is present .
In " Musée des Beaux Arts ” ( see color insert section ) , W. H. Auden makes rhyme almost inconspicuous by having , in lines of uneven length , rhyming words the sense will not let us linger on . Some of these rhymes are far apart .
This kind of " imperfect rhyme " -also called “ off - rhyme , ” “ slant rhyme , ” “ oblique rhyme , ” “ near rhyme , ” " half rhyme ” -has been deliberately employed by some earlier poets and many modern ones .
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We used this book for a textbook in one of my creative writing classes and i bought at least one updated version--it is an absolutely wonderful poetry introduction--with just enough theory and just enough poetry Leer comentario completo
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A very good introduction to poetry; a mix of methods and examples by masters fo the art. A good read in itself, unlike poetry encyclopedias. A good resource for writers too. Leer comentario completo
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