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[Reading] ➹ Poetic Origins and the Ballad By Louise Pound – Catalizadores.co This historic book may have numerous typos and missing text Purchasers can usually download a free scanned copy of the original book without typos from the publisher Not indexed Not illustrated 1921 eThis historic book may have numerous typos and missing text Purchasers can usually download a free scanned copy of the original book without typos from the publisher Not indexed Not illustrated 1921 edition Excerpt CHAPTER II THE MEDIAEVAL BALLAD AND THE DANCE If the ballad whether defined as dance song or as narrative lyric is not the archetypal poetic form preserving the model of primitive song if it did not originate specifically than other lyric verse in the festal dance songs of primitive peoples is it not at least to be associated with the dances or the dance songs of the Middle Ages? Such association is customary The prim.

Ary definition of the English ballad in English dictionaries of the nineteenth century is dance song The etymology of the name makes linkage of the ballad with the dances of mediaeval times practically inevitable A few uotations will make clear the present state of opinion The leading American writer on ballads in recent times Professor E J Gummere affirmed But there is neither hurry nor compact narrative in the real ballad so named not because it was sung at a dance but because it was a dance a dramatic situation unchanged in bulk and plan but shifting its parts in tune with these until a climax is attained 1 According to Profe.

PDF/EPUB Louise Pound ¼ Poetic Origins and the Ballad Epub Å and the  Kindle ¼

PDF/EPUB Louise Pound ¼ Poetic Origins and the Ballad Epub Å and the Kindle ¼

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