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An edition of The Poem's Heartbeat (1997)

The poem's heartbeat

a manual of prosody

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This edition published in by Story Line Press in Brownsville, OR.

Written in English

146 pages

Alfred Corn, acclaimed poet and teacher, provides a quality guide to rhyme, rhythm, meter, and form for students, experienced readers, and practitioners of poetry. Not merely an introduction to verse form (a subcategory of prosody), this intelligent, user-friendly book guides readers through artistic conventions employed in shaping and measuring a poem. Ten chapters explore the complex and subtle merging of the oral and written English-language tradition into the rhythmic directives of the poet's craft. Corn's text is good-humored and accessible. His experience has deftly led him in organizing what may well be the finest general book available on prosody. Recommended for private, public, and academic libraries. —Library Journal
Copyright 1997 Reed Business Information, Inc. --This text refers to an out of print or unavailable edition of this title.

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The Poem's Heartbeat
2008, Copper Canyon Press
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The poem's heartbeat: a manual of prosody
1998, Story Line Press
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Cover of: The poem's heartbeat
The poem's heartbeat: amanual of prosody
1997, Story Line Press
in English
Cover of: The poem's heartbeat
The poem's heartbeat: a manual of prosody
1997, Story Line Press
in English

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The Poem's Heartbeat

First published in 1997



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Alfred Corn, acclaimed poet and teacher, provides a quality guide to rhyme, rhythm, meter, and form for students, experienced readers, and practitioners of poetry. Not merely an introduction to verse form (a subcategory of prosody), this intelligent, user-friendly book guides readers through artistic conventions employed in shaping and measuring a poem. Ten chapters explore the complex and subtle merging of the oral and written English-language tradition into the rhythmic directives of the poet's craft. Corn's text is good-humored and accessible. His experience has deftly led him in organizing what may well be the finest general book available on prosody. Recommended for private, public, and academic libraries. —Library Journal
Copyright 1997 Reed Business Information, Inc. --This text refers to an out of print or unavailable edition of this title.

The poem's heartbeat

a manual of prosody

This edition published in by Story Line Press in Brownsville, OR.


Edition Notes

Includes bibliographical references (p. 143-144) and index.

Series
SLP writer's guide

Classifications

Dewey Decimal Class
808.1
Library of Congress
PE1505 .C67 1997

The Physical Object

Pagination
xi, 146 p. ;
Number of pages
146

ID Numbers

Open Library
OL660392M
Internet Archive
poemsheartbeatma00corn
ISBN 10
1885266405
LC Control Number
97005766
Library Thing
121147
Goodreads
881744

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