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    Title: An Analysis of Blank Verse from Surrey to Shakespeare
    Authors: 賴聲羽
    Lai, Robert S. Y.
    Contributors: 西語系
    Date: 1982-12
    Issue Date: 2016-10-06 10:27:48 (UTC+8)
    Abstract: 無韻詩(blank verse)是英國十六世紀末年馬羅(Marlowe),莎士比亞(Shakespeare)等劇作家用以創作劇本的重要詩體,也是密爾敦(Milton)的「失樂園」以及華茲華斯(Wordsworth)和柯勒律治(Coleridge)的景物詩的基本形式。本文以舍理(Surrey)所譯Virgils Aeneid為起點,分析自一五五○至一六○○年英國的短詩及戲劇中的無韻詩的風格特徵,俾讀者能瞭解此一詩體的起源和早期的演進。
    Relation: 國立政治大學學報, 46, 27-55
    Data Type: article
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