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Author is the creatormanipulator of the characters

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author is the creator/manipulator of the characters and their actionsSprung rhythm: variant of strong-stress meter; each foot begins with a stressed syllable which can stand alone or be associated with from one to three light syllablesOnomatopoeia:2 uses:1)a word that duplicates the sound it denotes2)works or passages that correspond to what they devote in any way whatever (size, movement, tactile feel, duration, force, sound)Free verse-printed in short lines instead of in continuous lines of prose-rhythmic pattern not organized into a regular metrical form-irregular line lengths; lacks rhyme or is sporadicnew formalism – a return from free verse to the meters, rhyme, stanza forms of traditional English versificationEZRA POUND, “IN A STATION OF THE METRO”-trochaic/dactylic lines are catalecticin a catalectic line you count the extra syllable as a separate foot-tension in meter for tendency for human life to fall and for it to rise-epiphanic momentsudden vision suggesting sacred dimension of our experience that we don’t have access to
-irony: double judgments (see things from 2 difference facets)-epiphany is more visual not auditory in their impact-typical of modernists to shock readers out of a bourgeois complacency-Pound thought imagism could give epiphanies to others-Imagism: poetry that is predicated on a single image of a poem; seems designed toplay on modernist form of epiphany-Semi-colon heightens a sense of sudden casm we have-Juxtaposition: putting 2 images side by side-Modernists recovered idea of conceitHeighten its impact by making it shorterIntensity not extensionModernists distrust similes-title gives you a setting and what sorts of people you are looking at-it is about the world in some way-it can arguably be a lyric poem“these” is a word that shows a perception (someone’s act of attention)-most young modernists want to hack back on excess of 19thcentury poetry-poem wants to suggest an immediate revelation-what’s happening in this poem is in the mindremember/imagine the feeling of “wet”-epiphany can only happen in a human mind; without human mind there is no such thing-modernists like to talk about impersonality-lyric and Victorian poetry have too much personality-Pound’s poem appears not to be lyric; appears as if no one is speaking but eventually we can only see it as personal-Modernist desire for impersonality can’t completely eliminate the lyricMimetic rhythm: rhythm that imitates the sound of words, the thing it is describing (onomatopoeia)-Hopkins had idea of sacramental nature of the world-Sprung rhythm created by HopkinsArbitrary systemizationLoosely, and inconsistently defined by HopkinsA form of strong-stressed meter (count these only)Some stresses spring out of regular alternation of stressed and unstressed syllablesPossible to find 5 major stresses in “The Windhover” (call it pentameter)-idea of ENJ for modern poets is a radical expression -> breaks meanings

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