Prosodic Style and Conceptions of Liberty in Milton and Marvell

  title={Prosodic Style and Conceptions of Liberty in Milton and Marvell},
  author={John Creaser},
  journal={Milton Quarterly},
  pages={1 - 13}
  • John Creaser
  • Published 1 March 2000
  • Linguistics
  • Milton Quarterly
8 Citations
Death the Devourer: The Sound and Sight of Ate and Eat in Paradise Lost
abstract:While critical attention has focused on Milton's use of sound in Paradise Lost, the substantial recurrence of wordplay invoking the sound and visual patterns of the morphemes ate and eat has
Narrativity and segmentivity in contemporary Australian and New Zealand long poems and poem sequences
The PhD in creative writing comprises a critical and a creative component. This thesis explores how poets utilise verse form in order to support and/or undermine narrativity in long poems or poem
Lucy Hutchinson, gender and poetic form
While Milton famously rejected rhyme in Paradise Lost, the Genesis poem by his contemporary Lucy Hutchinson, Order and Disorder, is in rhymed couplets. This article asks how Hutchinson used the
Democratic Intellect: Freeing Thought for the Democracy To-come
The core argument of this thesis is on the aporetic moment/space of decision and the poetics of the to-come in John Milton's works, with the fundamental importance of the individual. For Milton, this
Little Boxes: The Effects of the Stanza on Poetic Narrative
This article deals with the effects of stanza form on the discourse of narrative poetry. It starts by exploring the antagonistic relationship between stanzas and epic. Milton, writing in an age of


Poetic Rhythm: An Introduction
Preface Acknowledgments On using this book 1. The rhythms of poetry: a first approach 2. The rhythms of spoken English 3. Dancing language 4. Stress verse and strong-stress verse: counting the beats
To criticize the critic, and other writings
"This volume covers almost the whole range of Eliot's development and at the same time gives us a revealing and moving sense of the man who told so much while remaining so reticent." - Stephen
Marvell and Liberty
Introduction W.Chernaik & M.Dzelzainis Marvell and Secret History A.Patterson Marvell's Ghost N.von Maltzahn The Romantic Marvell P.Hamilton The Alchemical Republic: A Reading of the Horatian Ode
Complete Shorter Poems
Contents. Note on This Edition. Acknowledgments. List of Illustrations. Chronology. Textual Introduction. Introduction to the 1645 Volume: Poems of Mr. John Milton. English and Italian Poems. The
Destiny His Choice: The Loyalism of Andrew Marvell
Foreword Introduction 1. 'The Spirits of all that were moderate': the civil war debates and the Engagement controversy 2. 'How fit is he to sway': 'An Horatian Ode upon Cromwel's Return from Ireland'