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Author: Susanne Woods
ISBN: 0873280857
Pages: 324 pages
Publisher: Huntington Library Pr; First Edition edition (August 1, 1985)
Language: English
Category: Poetry
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Her books include Natural Emphasis: English Versification from Chaucer to Dryden (1984), and Lanyer: A Renaissance Woman Poet (1999), and she has published numerous articles on Milton and other English renaissance.

Her books include Natural Emphasis: English Versification from Chaucer to Dryden (1984), and Lanyer: A Renaissance Woman Poet (1999), and she has published numerous articles on Milton and other English renaissance poets.

Natural Emphasis: English Versification from Chaucer to Dryden. Coauthors & Alternates. ISBN 9780873280853 (978-0-87328-085-3) Hardcover, Huntington Library Pr, 1985.

Natural Emphasis: English Versification from Chaucer to Dryden (Clear and mostly traditional in its approach . Susanne Woods, American academic administrator, educator.

Natural Emphasis: English Versification from Chaucer to Dryden (Clear and mostly traditional in its approach to verse an. . Achievements include Founding Director, Brown University Women Writers Project (literary recovery and text encoding). Bronson fellow, 1976, Huntington Library, 1979-1980, 81, Clark Library, 1981, Huntington-National Endowment for Humanities, 1984-1985, Woodrow Wilson Foundation, 1968-1970. Woods, Susanne was born on May 12, 1943 in Honolulu. Daughter of Samuel Ernest and Gertrude Woods.

Natural Emphasis : English Versification from Chaucer to Dryden

Natural Emphasis : English Versification from Chaucer to Dryden. Clear and mostly traditional in its approach to verse analysis, with a new look at the development of versification in Modern English, Natural Emphasis makes wide-ranging use of recent theoretical and linguistic studies to examine the chief contributions of poets from Chaucer to Dryden.

English versification from Chaucer to Dryden. Published 1984 by Huntington Library in San Marino There's no description for this book yet. Published 1984 by Huntington Library in San Marino. Early modern, 1500-1700, Middle English, 1100-1500.

Natural Emphasis: English Versification from Chaucer to Dryden (San Marino: Huntington Library Press .

Natural Emphasis: English Versification from Chaucer to Dryden (San Marino: Huntington Library Press, 1985). Developmental survey of the origins of versification in modern English. Paradise Lost & Paradise Regained by John Milton, intro.

Susanne Woods, provost and professor of English at Wheaton College, Massachusetts, founded the .

Susanne Woods, provost and professor of English at Wheaton College, Massachusetts, founded the Brown University Women Writers Project. She has been professor of English and also served in academic administration at Brown University and Franklin and Marshall College. Her publications include Natural Emphasis: English Versification from Chaucer to Dryden (Huntington Li. 1984) and Lanyer: A Renaissance Woman Poet (Oxford UP, 1999).

Chaucer’s Style and Versification. That is why Dryden hails Chaucer as ‘Father of English literature’. The Prologue is Chaucer’s most celebrated and established work in which he uses a narrative style to express his viewpoint. Manly avers in the Cambridge History of English Literature, ‘Fourteenth century was a dark epoch in the history of English’. This statement is both historically and linguistically correct when applied to the medieval period.

Clear and mostly traditional in its approach to verse analysis, with a new look at the development of versification in Modern English, Natural Emphasis makes wide-ranging use of recent theoretical and linguistic studies to examine the chief contributions of poets from Chaucer to Dryden.