3 edition of Milton: the individualist in metre. found in the catalog.
Milton: the individualist in metre.
Hugh Charles Herbert Candy
|Contributions||Milton, John, 1608-1674.|
|LC Classifications||PR3597 .C3 1974|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||23|
|LC Control Number||74003425|
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Participants base their criticisms on. C.B. McCully, ‘Writing under the influence: Milton and Wordsworth, Mind and Metre’ (L&L 9:iii –), suggests a metrical debt in Wordsworth's prosody to the Miltonic pentameter.
A welcome redress to Milton the bogeyman is taking Author: Ken Simpson, Gina Hausknecht, Holly Faith Nelson, Paul Dyck, Matthew Steggle.
An essay of Herman's, ‘Paradigms Lost, Paradigms Found: The New Milton Criticism’ (LitComp 2:i 1–26), is a useful companion piece to his book, expanding on the genealogy of the ‘old’ Milton studies which constructed and reconstructed the orthodox Christian poet and of the challenges issued by the ‘new’ Milton studies with Author: Ken Simpson, Gina Hausknecht, Holly Faith Nelson, Paul Dyck, Matthew Steggle.
The following opinions are frequently put forward regarding “form” in poetry: 1 Traditional forms are marks of conservatism embodying reactionary values, whereas what is truly valuable in art is what is forward-looking, cutting-edge, challenging; 2 Rhyme, form, and all other such devices are agents of closure, and closure is the mark of repressive, authoritarian societies.
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In metre, also, the Moderns went back from an effete regularity to nature. They would not take a standard metre for a poem and modify it appropriately; but let the poem make its own metre, or rather let every picture and feeling take its own momentarily appro priate rhythm.
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