SPARSAR :

@inproceedings{Delmonte2014SPARSAR,
  title={SPARSAR :},
  author={Rodolfo Delmonte and Ciprian Bacalu},
  year={2014}
}
Any poem can be characterized by its rhythm which is also revealing of the poet's peculiar style. In turn, the poem's rhythm is based mainly on two elements: meter, that is distribution of stressed and unstressed syllables in the verse, presence of rhyming and other poetic devices like alliteration, assonance, consonance, enjambements, etc. which contribute to poetic form at stanza level. Traditionally, poetic meter is visualized by a sequence of signs, typically a straight line is used to… CONTINUE READING

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