2 edition of Convention and revolt in poetry found in the catalog.
Convention and revolt in poetry
John Livingston Lowes
The chapters which constitute this volume were delivered as lectures at the Lowell Institute in Boston, January 1918.
|Statement||by John Livingston Lowes.|
|LC Classifications||PN1031 L8 1930|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||ix, 227 p.|
|Number of Pages||227|
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In John Livingston Lowes Lowes’s first book was Convention and Revolt in Poetry (), an account of innovations and the ensuing reactions to them in the history of English poetry. His masterpiece is The Road to Xanadu (), which traced the origins of the inspiration and wordings in Samuel Taylor Coleridge’s “The Rime.
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August | Richard Aldington, Harriet Monroe, Conrad Aiken, Robert Graves, Vachel Lindsay, Florence Mixter, Charles O'Donnell, Edward Sapir, Eunice Tietjens, Alice. Excerpt from Convention and Revolt in Poetry The chapters which constitute this volume were delivered as lectures at the Lowell Institute in Boston during January, Except for some slight shifts in the order of treatment in the fourth chapter, they are printed as they were : John Livingston Lowes.
The roots of convention --The ways of conventions --Originality and the moulding of conventions --The hardening of conventions, and revolt --The diction of poetry versus poetic diction --Rhyme, metre, and vers libre --The incursions of prose and the vogue of the fragmentary --The Anglo-Saxon tradition.
Conventions in poetry refer to the structure, which includes stanza, free verse and sonnet. Analyzing the conventions of poetry can help reveal how the rhythm and sound elements are linked to the content. In addition to the structure of poetry, other patterns and techniques contribute to.
Genre/Form: Poetry Criticism, interpretation, etc: Additional Physical Format: Online version: Lowes, John Livingston, Convention and revolt in poetry.
CONVENTION AND REVOLT IN POETRY; An Important Study of the Relation of the Old Poetic Art to the New by Professor John L. Lowes CONVENTION AND REVOLT IN POETRY CONVENTION AND REVOLT IN POETRY.
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Talbot Donaldson and other eminent midth-century Chaucerians. Critiques and other writings. The Prologue to the Legend of Good Women Considered in Its Chronological Relations was published by Lowes in ; Convention and Revolt in Poetry following up in with his major critique on Free Verse and poetry.