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Tone and Irony in the Ballad of Birmingham


tone and Irony in the Ballad of Birmingham

and the word ballad comes from the French term chanson ballade, which means dancing song. Sometimes one alliterating sound is carried through successive lines: In a somer seson, whan softe was the sonne, I shoop me into shroudes as I a sheep were, In habite as an heremite unholy of werkes, Wente wide in this world wondres to here. Sidelight: The sestet, or second part of a Petrarchan sonnet, often consists of two tercets. Sidelight: A sonnet sequence is a series of sonnets in which there is a discernable unifying theme, while each one retains its own structural independence. Example #4 The angels, not half so happy in Heaven, Went envying her and me Yes! Happier their author, when by these beloved! 20 The reach of urban fiction into a large youth readership is undeniable today. (See also Meter, Rhythm ) anaphora (uh-NAF-or-uh) Also called epanaphora, the repetition of the same word or expression at the beginning of successive phrases, clauses, sentences, arficans in the american revolution or lines for rhetorical or poetic effect, as in Lincoln's "we cannot dedicate- we cannot consecrate-we cannot hallow this. Try as some might, those who grew up outside the veil (i.e., outside the urban culture) may find it difficult to write fiction grounded in inner-city and African American life.

Sidelight: Spenser's Epithalamion, is widely regarded as a treasure of English literature. Profanity, sex, and violence are usually explicit, with the writer not shying away from or watering-down the material. Why is that weirdo calling me again after all this time?

All of these, and especially the first three, will act to affect our language choices, often to 'constraint' what we can say or write. Whimsy or whimsey A fanciful or fantastic creation in writing or art. Other popular contemporary songs have taken on the name of rock ballad, such as the following excerpts: Shes a good girl, loves her mama. Sidelight: The chant royale was originally used by 12th century troubadours and trouveres. Sidelight: The poetic use of hyperbaton is the principal difference in diction between poetry and prose. Closed couplet A couplet in which the sense and syntax is self-contained within its two lines, as opposed to an open couplet. He smiled understandinglymuch more than understandingly. Sidelight: A knowledge of conventions, particularly from a historical aspect, aids the reader in the understanding, interpretation, and appreciation of literary works, particularly poems following the classical pastoral and epic conventions. Young people, to take an example, tend to use language that shares many similar features, and they can be called a 'discourse community'. (Compare Pattern Poetry, Visual Poetry ) connotation The suggestion of a meaning by a word beyond what it explicitly denotes or describes.


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