Current Trends in Metrical Analysis

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Contents: Christoph Küper: Prolegomena to a Theory of Meter – David Chisholm: The Metrical Relations XO and OX in English and German Verse – Kristin Hanson: Generative Metrics: The State of the Art – Marina Tarlinskaja: «Russian School» and Verse Attribution: Henry VIII – Marina A. Krasnoperova † : Meter, Rhythm, and Performance in the Reconstructive Simulation of Versification – Sebastian Donat: Metrical Typology: A New Proposal Based on Some Pertinent Models (Lotz, Wagenknecht, Buchštab) – Klemens Bobenhausen: The Metricalizer - Automated Metrical Markup of German Poetry – Igor Pilshchikov/Anatoli Starostin: Automated Analysis of Poetic Texts and the Problem of Verse Meter – Peter L. Groves: Shakespeare’s Secret Influence: Metrical Gaps and the Jacobean Dramatists – Sergey Andreev: Correlation of Rhythmic and Syntactic Characteristics in the Sonnets by John Keats – Volker Schulz: Gerard Manley Hopkins’ Theory of «Sprung Rhythm» and the Scansion of «The Windhover» – Wolfgang G. Müller: Meter and Meaning in British Balladry – Rosalía Rodríguez-Vázquez: Constraint Ranking in English Broadside Ballads – Aleksander Bjelčevič: Meter and Stanza in Rock Music: A Historical Perspective – Emily Klenin: Modular Constraints in Translation Analysis: The Translation of J. W. Goethe’s Hermann und Dorothea by the Russian Poet Afanasij Fet (1820-92) – Evgeny Kazartsev: Zur Rhythmik der frühen niederländischen und deutschen Jamben – Maria-Kristiina Lotman: Sapphic Hendecasyllable in Estonian Poetry – Jacqueline Pattison Ekgren: Norwegian Stev: The Dipod and Pure Accentual Poetry – Teresa Proto: Against an Isochronous Interpretation of the Nibelungen Meter – Mihhail Lotman: Verse Structure and its Cognitive Model (Hexameter and Septenary) – Mari Sarv: Metrical Universals in Oral Poetry – Emilie Testard-Blanc: Konlabot and Konla Akson - The Quintessence of Poetic Constraint in Siamese Poetry – Beth Bjorklund: Rhetorical Rhythm and Oratorical Style: Barak Obama’s Art of Language.
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Current Trends in Metrical Analysis

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Gebundene Ausgabe

Erscheinungsdatum

17.06.2011

Herausgeber

Christoph Küper

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Peter Lang GmbH, Internationaler Verlag der Wissenschaften

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368

Beschreibung

Portrait

Christoph Küper is a retired Professor of English Linguistics at the University of Vechta (Germany). He received a PhD in English from the University of Marburg and a postdoctoral degree in German Linguistics from the Technical University of Berlin. As a guest professor, he taught at the universities of Marburg, Berlin, and Göttingen. He has published various books and numerous articles on metrics, poetics, textlinguistics, semiotics, and syntax.

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Gebundene Ausgabe

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17.06.2011

Herausgeber

Christoph Küper

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Peter Lang GmbH, Internationaler Verlag der Wissenschaften

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368

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21,6/15,3/2,3 cm

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570 g

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Deutsch, Englisch

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978-3-631-60881-4

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  • Current Trends in Metrical Analysis
  • Contents: Christoph Küper: Prolegomena to a Theory of Meter – David Chisholm: The Metrical Relations XO and OX in English and German Verse – Kristin Hanson: Generative Metrics: The State of the Art – Marina Tarlinskaja: «Russian School» and Verse Attribution: Henry VIII – Marina A. Krasnoperova † : Meter, Rhythm, and Performance in the Reconstructive Simulation of Versification – Sebastian Donat: Metrical Typology: A New Proposal Based on Some Pertinent Models (Lotz, Wagenknecht, Buchštab) – Klemens Bobenhausen: The Metricalizer - Automated Metrical Markup of German Poetry – Igor Pilshchikov/Anatoli Starostin: Automated Analysis of Poetic Texts and the Problem of Verse Meter – Peter L. Groves: Shakespeare’s Secret Influence: Metrical Gaps and the Jacobean Dramatists – Sergey Andreev: Correlation of Rhythmic and Syntactic Characteristics in the Sonnets by John Keats – Volker Schulz: Gerard Manley Hopkins’ Theory of «Sprung Rhythm» and the Scansion of «The Windhover» – Wolfgang G. Müller: Meter and Meaning in British Balladry – Rosalía Rodríguez-Vázquez: Constraint Ranking in English Broadside Ballads – Aleksander Bjelčevič: Meter and Stanza in Rock Music: A Historical Perspective – Emily Klenin: Modular Constraints in Translation Analysis: The Translation of J. W. Goethe’s Hermann und Dorothea by the Russian Poet Afanasij Fet (1820-92) – Evgeny Kazartsev: Zur Rhythmik der frühen niederländischen und deutschen Jamben – Maria-Kristiina Lotman: Sapphic Hendecasyllable in Estonian Poetry – Jacqueline Pattison Ekgren: Norwegian Stev: The Dipod and Pure Accentual Poetry – Teresa Proto: Against an Isochronous Interpretation of the Nibelungen Meter – Mihhail Lotman: Verse Structure and its Cognitive Model (Hexameter and Septenary) – Mari Sarv: Metrical Universals in Oral Poetry – Emilie Testard-Blanc: Konlabot and Konla Akson - The Quintessence of Poetic Constraint in Siamese Poetry – Beth Bjorklund: Rhetorical Rhythm and Oratorical Style: Barak Obama’s Art of Language.