4 edition of Rime as a criterion of the pronunciation of Spenser, Pope, Byron, and Swinburne found in the catalog.
|Statement||by Arvid Gabrielson.|
|LC Classifications||PE1137 .G2|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xvi, 211 p.|
|Number of Pages||211|
|LC Control Number||10013407|
the second syllable is suppressed or silent. Mr. A. J. Ellis, in like manner, recognized three principal classes of syllables: those stressed in the first degree, those stressed in the second degree, and those unstressed. In the following lines from Paradise Lost he indicated these three degrees, as he recognized them, by the figures 2, 1, 0, written The usual pronunciation is, however, in agreement with the usual spelling, disyllabic, and is wondrous; in other words, the vowel e which originally formed the middle syllable, has been dropped altogether in speech as in writing. From the point of view of the accent, it has passed from the unaccented state to the state of muteness; but may be
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Rime as a criterion of the pronunciation of Spenser, Pope, Byron, and Swinburne; a contribution to the history of the present English stressed vowels. [Arvid Gabrielson] Rime as a criterion of the pronunciation of Spenser, Pope, Byron, and Swinburne.
By Arvid. Gabrielson. Abstract. A contribution to the history of the present English stressed vowels. Upsala, By permission of the Philosophical Faculty of Upsala, to be publicly discussed (in English) Feb.
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