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Cite Share. Cited by. Text Bibliography Author. Full text. The definition of irony given by Dennis Green in Irony in the Medieval Romance is equally apposite to a discussion of the poetry of both Robert Burns and William of Poitiers, in which irony relying on a disparity between literal and intended meaning abounds: Irony is a statement, or presentation of an action or situation, in which the real or intended meaning conveyed to the initiated intentionally diverges from, and is incongruous with, the apparent or pretended meaning presented to the uninitiated.
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Linda Sue Grimes more. Samuel Johnson. Shakespeare In the Shakespeare sonnets, originally, the spelling was always " rime ," as the first published edition in attests. The Editorial Choice Those editors who refuse to return to the original spelling of "rime" are victims of the lemmings mentality. Why I Prefer Rime, Not Rhyme As a poet, editor, and seeker of truth and accuracy, I always opt for the spelling of "rime" for two basic reasons: 1 I cannot in good conscience participate in the continuation of an error. Awkward Rhyme, Crisp Rime While many, if not most, non-literary readers believe that the term "rime" refers only to a type of ice, too many writers, printers, editors, and publishers insist on the altered spelling of that perfectly good English word.
This absurd video really exists. More damage caused by the invention of a nonsense word. Insults for My Opinion I have received many insulting messages, advising me on how stupid I am to be taking the originalist position on this term. And while you're at it, notice the following: 6. Sign In Join.
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Some articles have YouTube videos embedded in them. Some articles have Vimeo videos embedded in them. This is used for a registered author who enrolls in the HubPages Earnings program and requests to be paid via PayPal. It also treats coda consonants in a distinctive way. French spelling includes several final letters that are no longer pronounced, and that in many cases have never been pronounced.
Such final unpronounced letters continue to affect rhyme according to the rules of Classical French versification. They are encountered in almost all of the preth-century French verse texts, but these rhyming rules are almost never taken into account from the 20th century.
The most important "silent" letter is the " mute e ". In spoken French today, final "e" is, in some regional accents in Paris for example , omitted after consonants; but in Classical French prosody, it was considered an integral part of the rhyme even when following the vowel. Rhyming words ending with this silent "e" were said to make up a "double rhyme", while words not ending with this silent "e" made up a "single rhyme".
It was a principle of stanza-formation that single and double rhymes had to alternate in the stanza. Virtually all 17th-century French plays in verse alternate single and double alexandrine couplets. The now-silent final consonants present a more complex case. They, too, were traditionally an integral part of the rhyme, such that "pont" rhymed with "vont" but not with "long"; but spelling and pronunciation did not coincide exactly—"pont" also rhymed with "rond".
There are a few rules that govern most word-final consonants in archaic French pronunciation:. Because German phonology features a wide array of vowel sounds, certain imperfect rhymes are widely admitted in German poetry. Some examples of imperfect rhymes all from Friedrich Schiller 's " An die Freude " :. Ancient Greek poetry is strictly metrical.
Rhyme is used, if at all, only as an occasional rhetorical flourish. The first Greek to write rhyming poetry was the fourteenth-century Cretan Stephanos Sachlikis.
Rhyme is now a common fixture of Greek poetry. Ancient Hebrew rarely employed rhyme, e. Rhyme became a permanent - even obligatory - feature of poetry in Hebrew language, around the 4th century CE. It is found in the Jewish liturgical poetry written in the Byzantine empire era.