在这里,我们有几个不同的押韵:“低于/知道”,“理解/绞线”,“感知/缓解”。 (虽然“理解”和“束缚”不是完美的押韵,但它们非常接近。)在这个例子中,有多个音节词:它们都以强调音节结束 – “perceIVE”,“rePRIEVE”和“下面。”强调最后的音节?是。韵?是。男性韵的另一个例子。除了知道什么是男性韵律,以及如何识别它,它也有助于理解为什么诗人可以在一首诗中使用它,或者什么男性韵律有助于一首诗。有几种方法可以强调诗中的特定词。排成一行,压力和押韵都让人眼前一亮。在上面的例子中,所有男性化的押韵发生在行的末尾;只要将右边的白色空间放在右边,这些词就更加突出,更加明显。在我们进入下一行之前,我们的眼睛会徘徊在最后的话语上。压力也强调一个词;喜欢,a,a,a,if,or等等词语在诗歌中通常都不重要,而强调词语则更有意义,更有生命。当言语被押韵时,它们就会脱颖而出。我们听到一定声音重复的次数越多,我们就越注意这种声音 – 只要想想苏斯博士的诗歌!因此,有男性化的押韵(特别是那些在行尾的那些)有助于诗人真正强调诗歌的重要词汇。无论读者是否意识到这一点,强调的音节和文字往往会更好地留在我们的记忆中,就像我们在押韵中发现的重复声音一样。所以,下次你读一首包含押韵的诗(如十四行诗或者是一首歌)时,请检查它是否正在使用男性韵律,以及这种用法如何影响你的阅读体验。

新加坡国立大学文学Essay代写:如何识别和理解诗歌中的韵律

Here, we have a couple different rhymes: “below/know,” “understand/strands,” “perceive/reprieve.” (While “understand” and “strands” are not perfect rhymes, they’re pretty close.) In this example, there are multi-syllable words: they all end with a stressed syllable—”perCEIVE,” “rePRIEVE,” and “beLOW.” Stressed final syllables? Yes. Rhymes? Yes. Another example of masculine rhyme. In addition to knowing what masculine rhyme is, and how to identify it, it’s also helpful to understand why a poet might use it in a poem, or what masculine rhyme contributes to a poem. There are several ways to emphasize particular words in a poem. Placement in a line, stress, and rhyme all make words stand out. In the above examples, all the masculine rhymes occur at the end of the line; just by having that white space to their right, these words are more prominent, more visible. Our eyes linger on those final words before we move onto the next line. Stress, too, emphasizes a word; words like to, the, an, a, and, if, or, at, etc., are usually all unstressed in poetic lines, while stressed words have more meaning, more life. And, when words are rhymed, they stand out. The more times we hear a certain sound repeated, the more we pay attention to that sound—just think about the poetry of Dr. Seuss! So, having masculine rhymes (especially those at the end of lines) help a poet to really emphasize the important words of a poem. Whether a reader realizes it or not, stressed syllables and words tend to stick in our memories better, as do the repetition of sounds that we find in rhyme. So, the next time you read a poem that incorporates rhyme (such as a sonnet or a pantoum), check to see if it is making use of masculine rhyme, and how that use is impacting your reading experience.

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