Inroduction to Literature
Inroduction to Literature Lit 110L
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Date Created: 09/27/16
INTRODUCTIN TO LITERATURE WEEK 3 & 4 Internal Structure p. 611-16 How the words are arranged to present meaning Dividing poems into parts o Distinguished by shifts in topic, tone, address, etc. Internal v. External Structure or formal parts o What is perceived vs. what is meant Making Arguments about Structure p. 620-22 Different readers come to different conclusions Poems w/out “parts” o No major shifts o The poem moves as one to have a meaning External Form p. 632-43 Arrangement on the page visually and verbally Stanzas, how many lines, rhyme, etc. Stanzas o Groups of lines divided from other groups by white space o Traditionally a visual indicator in patterns of sound Traditional verse forms o Ballad- stanzas do not stand alone o Heroic couplet- iambic pentameter o Blank verse- regular meter o Free verse- lacks regular meter and rhyme The way a poem looks o Print and space guide the poem o Some are meant to be seen rather than heard Sonnet p. 645-46 One of the most persistent fixed forms 14 Lines Two types o Petrarchan Italian First 8 lines are the subject Second 6 lines are the reply No couplet o Shakespearian/Elizabethan Internal structure is more than that of the Italian 3 quatrains and a couplet
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