Book Search:  

 

 
Google full text of our books:

Sound, Sense, and Rhythm:
Listening to Greek and Latin Poetry
Mark W. Edwards

Book Description | Reviews

TABLE OF CONTENTS:

Preface ix
CHAPTER ONE: Homer I: Poetry and Speech 1
The Older Discoveries: Frankel and Parry 2
The New Theories. Functional Grammar and the Grammar of Speech 9
Homeric Style in Tennyson's Morte d'Arthur 14
Homeric Style in the Duels of Achilles 18
CHAPTER TWO: Homer 11: Scenes and Summaries 38
The Book Divisions 39
The Paragraph Divisions 47
Joining Episode to Episode 53
Continuity and Oral Poetics 58
CHAPTER THREE: Music and Meaning in Three Songs of Aeschylus 62
The First Choral Song (Agamemnon 104-257) 71
The Second Choral Song (Agamemnon 367-488) 81
The Third Choral Song (Agamemnon 681-781) 88
The Rest of the Agamemnon, and of the Trilogy 95
CHAPTER FOUR: Poetry in the Latin Language 99
Latin Word Order 99
Ambiguity in Latin Verse 105
Propertius 1.19 109
AFTERWORD 125
APPENDIX A: Tennyson's Morte d'Arthur 129
APPENDIX B: "" Continuity in Mrs. Dalloway 149
APPENDIX C: The Performance of Homeric Episodes 151
APPENDIX D: Classical Meters in Modern English Verse 166
REFERENCES 179
INDEX 189

Return to Book Description

File created: 10/23/2013

Questions and comments to: webmaster@press.princeton.edu
Princeton University Press

New Book E-mails
New In Print
PUP Blog
Videos/Audios
Princeton APPS
Sample Chapters
Subjects
Series
Catalogs
Textbooks
For Reviewers
Class Use
Rights
Permissions
Ordering
Recent Awards
Princeton Shorts
Freshman Reading
PUP Europe
About Us
Contact Us
Links
F.A.Q.
PUP Home


Bookmark and Share