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Metrical analyses of tragic choruses

A. M. Dale

Metrical analyses of tragic choruses

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Published by Institute of Classical Studies, University of London in London .
Written in English


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Statementby A.M. Dale. Fasc.1, Dactylo-Epitrite.
SeriesBulletin supplement / University of London, Institute of Classical Studies -- no.21 ; -- 1, Bulletin (University of London Institute of Classical Studies) -- no.21.1.
ContributionsUniversity of London. Institute of Classical Studies.
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Open LibraryOL22835343M

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Metrical analyses of tragic choruses. [London] University of London, Institute of Classical Studies, (OCoLC) Online version: Dale, A.M. (Amy Marjorie). Metrical analyses of tragic choruses. [London] University of London, Institute of Classical Studies, (OCoLC) Document Type: Book: All Authors.

Metrical Analyses of Tragic Choruses: Aeolo-Choriambic Fasc. 2 (Bulletin supplement) [Dale, A.M.] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. Metrical Analyses of Tragic Choruses: Aeolo-Choriambic Fasc. 2 (Bulletin supplement)Author: A.M. Dale. Publisher: London: University of London, Institute of classical studies, Edition/Format: Print book: EnglishView all editions and formats: Publication: Metrical analyses of tragic choruses.

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Metrical Analyses of tragic choruses I–III. London – (vol. 1, BICS Suppl. XXI,1, London ; vol. 2 BICS Suppl. XXI,2, London ; vol. 3 BICS Suppl. Metrical analyses of tragic choruses book, London ) – Published posthumously. A full list may be found in the Bibliography in Dale's Collected Papers (listed above).

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Dale (). ix + (Fascs. 2 and 3 in preparation). 24 MONUMENTS ILLUSTRATING NEW COMEDY. Second edition revised and enlarged. By T. THIS book contains metrical analyses of 45 tragic choruses and two monodies which all contain at least some elements of dactylo-epitrite.

These choruses are considered play by play, and not grouped according to metrical affinities. The texts of strophe and antistrophe are printed next to each other; above each.

——— Metrical Analyses of Tragic Choruses, BICS Supplement (), (), and ().D. Metrical analyses of tragic choruses book. a collection of his late wife's papers and the first two fascicles of her metrical analyses of her tragic choruses.

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All who teach or write about these two plays should Author: Victor Bers. Dale Metrical analyses of tragic choruses: fasc. 1, CR 24 () O. Taplin The stagecraft of Aeschylus, Phoenix 34 () P. Pucci The violence of pity in Euripides' Medea, CP 79 () lishing itself inevitable appendage to Prayer Book wor- ship.

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Metrical Variation: The Example of Iambic Pentameter The ideal type of the iambic pentameter line may be denoted by the two-layer scheme F F F F F WS WS WS WS WS (F “foot”; W “weak” syllable; S “strong” syllable.) Each pair, WS, makes up a foot, F.

In the normal case, W corresponds to an unaccented syllable and S to an accented Size: 69KB. Notes on the Metrical Structure of the Poems Quantitative analysis The poems included in this collection have been recoqded from oral performance, and the oral realization therefore constitutes the most natural basis for their metrical analysis.

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