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Intro to Literature: Poetry 1

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Intro to Literature: Poetry 1

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This week's lecture notes.4/21-4/25/14
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Date Created: 04/25/14
April 21st Sonnetsmechanic formal the language and image used to create some kind of meaning o sonnets have a particular structure a rhetorical pattern certain argument or statement posed a proper sonnet can be divided into two parts o Problem Solution o ssue No Solution o Structure is normally about o 8 linesproblemissue o 6 linessoution other perspective o 14 lines totasonnet In english sonnets were invented by italians in iambic pentameter Examples o Petrarch o Dante Italian sonnetsPetrarchan sonnets Rhyme Scheme abbabbacdecde or abbaabbacdccdc English sonnetsShakespeare Rhyme Scheme ababcde Normally ending with a couplet imeans turn or countermotion April 23rd BlasonCatalogues normally typically about love physical appearance and almost objectifies person being described in sonnet Contrabason working against the blason which is conventional and boring Describes more of a real person Shakespeare My mistress eyes are nothing like the sun Summer of 1919 The Red Summer because there were so many black men who had been employed versus white men black men were then lynchedmurdered because of their employment broke out in riots April 25th Eniambmentis an incomplete sentence at the end of a line resulting in an indentwithout any ending punctuation


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