One of the mysteries of the English language finally explained.
- ‘Among other things, it mentions the caesural pause as a device for finishing an imperfect foot.’
- ‘In the original the opening strophe, which is altogether more regular than the average and is, moreover, one of the few that have also complete caesural rhyme, is as follows.’
- ‘Influenced by Italian verse, he sophisticated the stanza form, experimenting with caesural variation and applying the stanza to new subjects.’
- ‘The caesural play offers a good example of plasticity as a value: plasticity here embodies the forces that make an apparently passive viewer into an active participant in the scene.’
- ‘In this, the repetition of ‘one man’ after the caesural pause becomes a sort of pleading, auditory hammer, asserting an individuality even as it knocks itself right out.’
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