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The Sonnet (Lecture 2)

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Department
English
Course
ENGL 1F91
Professor
Prof.Kneal
Semester
Fall

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Tuesday September 13th 2011 ENGL 1F91: The Sonnet, Lecture 2 Form: - Content - Structure - you have options - rhyme scheme : the terminal sound at the end of each line Octave: 8 lines Sestet : 6 lines, can be broken down into two smaller units called tercets (3) _____________ 3 Quatrain: 4 lines 1 Couplet: 2 lines Discrete: separate Quatrains are parallel however it shows that the time changes. ▯ Ex. seasons to days to hours Topos:greek word for place, common place Mutability: “one day we are all going to die” Imagery: the nouns in the poem, the kinds of images that he/she creates for us. Prevenient (grace): comes from latin meaning before, comes before. The grace that is already there before you even know you need to ask for it. Prosopopoeia: to make a ma
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