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We follow as many as twenty distinct sounds a second ; we notice sounds that fade into nothingness in a few ... The most complicated sound patterns a poet ever uses are as nothing compared to the patterns we handle habitually .
When a sound is clearly struck in a poem , it tends to attract similar sounds . At the beginning of Gary Snyder's “ Oil , ” many of the sounds that we hear can be heard again within the next few syllables : soft rainsqualls on the ...
Down - to - earth theorists have noticed that the sound seems to be formed low in the mouth , near the surface of the tongue ... WILLIAM BUTLER YEATS The m , n , and ng sounds are known as nasals ; the airflow is diverted into the nasal ...
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LibraryThing ReviewCrítica de los usuarios - rampaginglibrarian - LibraryThing
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
LibraryThing ReviewCrítica de los usuarios - zinkel101 - LibraryThing
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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