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  • Hi prakruti,
    'Glossary of literary Terms' by M.H Abram is very useful for the understanding.And,some of them u analies the definition of Diction,words,phrases and sentence's structures very well.
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  • A Glossary of selected literary terms Name : prakruti Bhatt Roll no : 19 Sam : 1 Year : 2012-13Paper : 3 – Literary Theory and CriticismDept. of English, M . K .S . Bhavnagar University
  • Poetic Diction Diction SentenceWords Phrases Structures
  •  In Modern discussion , the term Poetic diction applied especially two poets,1. Edmund Spenser – Elizabethan age2. G . M . Hopkins – Victorian age “The language of the age is never the language of poetry.” –Thomas Gray “Essential difference between the language of Prose and metrical Composition.” – William Wordsworth View slide
  • The world from a Railway carriage“Faster then fairies , faster then witches,Bridges and houses , hedges and ditches;And charging along , like troops in a battle,All through the meadows the horses and cattle:All of the sights of the hill and the plainFly as thick as driving rain;And ever again , in the wink of an eye,Painted station whistle by.” R.L.Stevenson View slide
  • Song Definition of Song : 16th & 17th centuries England produced Song, Ex: Sir Thomas Wyatt, My lute awake ! Perform the last, Labour that thou and I shall waste, The end that I have now begun; For when this song is sung and past, My lute be till, for I have done.
  •  Elizabethanperiod & Jacobean period’s famous poets: * Thomas Campion * John Dowland 19th Century – Thomas Hardy
  • Thank you…….Submitted to,Dept. of English,Maharaja krishnakumarsinhjiBhavnagar University.