It uncovers the comprehensive investigation into monastic history and hagiography with special emphasis on St Basil that Wordsworth engaged in between andshowing that the type of silence he valued came from the monastic tradition. I concentrate on the poetry he composed from onwards and mark his eight-month residence in at the home of Sir George and Lady Beaumont as the locus at which his intensive interest in monasticism germinated. I thus reveal a new dimension to this important patronal relationship, while additionally offering an analysis of a previously unstudied manuscript pamphlet 'An account of an English Hermit' by Thomas Barnard which Lady Beaumont sent to the Wordsworths in
Rodolfo Delmonte Shakespeare's Sonnets have been studied by literary critics for centuries after their publication. However, only recently studies made on the basis of computational analyses and quantitative evaluations have started to appear and they are not many.
In our exploration of the Sonnets we have used the output of SPARSAR which allows a full-fledged linguistic analysis which is structured at three macro levels, a Phonetic Relational Level where phonetic and phonological features are highlighted; a Poetic Relational Level that accounts for a poetic devices, i.
In a previous paper we discussed how colours may be used appropriately to account for the overall underlying mood and attitude expressed in the poem, whether directed to sadness or to happiness. In that study we used part of Shakespeare's Sonnets. We have now extended the analysis to the whole collection of sonnets, gathering further evidence of the colour-sound-mood relation.
We have also extended the semantic-pragmatic analysis to verify hypotheses put forward by other quantitative computationally-based analysis and compare that with our own. In this case, the aim is trying to discover what features of a poem characterize most popular sonnets. Though there has so far not been much interest in the computational measures of linguistic complexity for analyzing poetry, a number of studies can be referred to which take interest in analyzing poetry.
For example, Kaplan and Blei used a quantitative method to analyze style in poetry. The authors took a sample of 81 poems by 18 poets, and 2 quantitatively measured the extent of 84 metrical dimensions of the stylistic features grouped into three categories:Poetry as Reistance and Recovery: An Examination of Violence, Trauma, and Exile in the Poetry of Iraqis and American Veterans of the Iraq War ALSADEN Poetry as timberdesignmag.com Brehob, Emily.
Deep in the Gothic poetry of Â Gottfried Bürger and Thomas Percy’s collection of manuscript ballads, Reliques of Ancient English Poetry (), Wordsworth began to write a series of his own ghostly ballads, including the Lucy and Matthew poems.
Focusing on the poetry up to the Prelude, the first chapter seeks to make good this analysis of Wordsworth’s mindset, citing some poems, some correspondence, his use of Dorothy Wordsworth’s journal, and some contemporary critical responses.
The perceptiveness of his reading aside, Hill’s analysis was intended to show how poetry from this period is invariably well-crafted, even when written by John Suckling. The attention to conceits, paradoxes, shifts of meaning, ambiguities, versification, rhyming, syntax and so forth is all there.
The thesis uses this historical and biographical information as a means of closely reassessing formal, linguistic, and generic features of Wordsworth's poetry. At its root, my work is about the natures of language, poetic representation, and readerly experience.
We develop a quantitative method to assess the style of American poems and to visualize a collection of poems in relation to one another. Qualitative poetry criticism helped guide our development.