Perrine's Sound and Sense: An Introduction to Poetry (9th Edition)
This best-selling introduction to poetry text includes nearly 300 works from a wide range of writers, with instruction on writing about poetry. The ninth edition continues the tradition of balance and breadth with the addition of new selections and revised instructional material. Three authors receive extensive coverage-Emily Dickinson, John Donne and Robert Frost-providing an opportunity for detailed study and critical analysis. Approximately 30% of the selections are new to this edition. The chapter on Meter and Rhythm has been completely rewritten to include free verse in addition to metrical verse. More poems by women and minorities have been included. The appendix on Writing About Poetry has been revised and expanded, guiding the student through audience, topic choice, gathering support, writing the paper, and documentation.
Specifications of Perrine's Sound and Sense: An Introduction to Poetry (9th Edition)
|Author||Thomas R. Arp, Laurence Perrine|
|Publisher||Harcourt College Pub|
|Number Of Pages||412|
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