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Praxis II 0049 II

Nonfiction & Poetry

expository writing nonfiction prose;
Poetry writing that is not prose; purpose= enjoyment;
Stanza group of lines w/ metrical order and rhyme
Rhyme correspondign sounds to rhyme sounds &/or metrical order; types end, internal, slant
rhyme masculine/feminine M-1-syllabe(strength/impact); F - 2 or more syllalbes
rhyme unrhymed free verse;
unrhymed blank verse unrhymed in iambic pentameter; Shakespeares palys & Milton's Paradise Lost
rhyme foot basic measuring unit in poetry
meter IAMBIC PENTAMETER each line containes 5 measures of 1 unstressed & 1 srtressed syllable; EX: To BE comMENCED in STRONDS aFAR reMOTE
meter ANAPEST three syllables first 2 unstressed 3rd stressed; EX: Twas the NIGHT before CHRISTMAS when all THROUGH the HOUSE...
meter TROCHEE 2-syllables, first stressed, 2nd unstressed: EX: DOUble, DOUUble, TOIL and TROUble
meter DACTYL 3-syllables 1st stressed, 2nd 2 unstressed; EX: TAKE her up TENderly
open-form poetry words seem to spill on page, informal; WWI; Emily Dickennson
Closed-form poetry adheres to from, # of lines, ryme scheme, meter, &/or shape
Sonnet 14-lines; 14th C Petrarch; unrequited love
Petrachean Sonnet 8 lines(problem) then 6 lines 9answer): abbaabba-cdecde
Shakesperean Sonnet 3 groups of 4 lines and couplet; abab-cdcd-efef-gg twist at end maybe
Epic long narrative poem detailing hero's deeds; repetition, oral tradition; Beowolf, Don Quixote
Ballad short poem of short verses intended to be recited; Literary ballad - written; Rime of the Ancient Mariner
Lyric short poem that moves reader from story to emotion : Coleride and Wordsworth
Elegy mournful lament for the dead
Haiku 5-7-5
Limerick humorous; aabbaa; anapest
Created by: annem