A History of European Versification

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Index of Names
Adam of Saint-Victor (d. 1192) 118
Aesop ( 6th c. BC) 105
Agricola, Mikael (c. 1510-57) 260
Alberti, Leon Battista ( 1404-72) 190
Alberti, Rafael (b. 1902) 137
Alcaeus ( 7th-6th c. BC) 54, 58
Alfieri, Vittorio ( 1749-1803) 309
Alunāns, Adolfs ( 1848-1912) 268
Ambrose, St (c. 339-97) 81, 103, 216
Anacreon (c. 570-487 BC) 61
Andrew of Crete, St. (c. 660-740) 115
Apollinaire, Guillaume ( 1888-1918) 283-4, 290
Apuleius, L. (c. 125-c. 180) 97
Aragon, Louis ( 1897-1982) 141-2, 279
Arany, János ( 1817-62) 259
Archilochus ( 7th c. BC) 74, 82
Archpoet ( 12th C.) 109
Ariosto, Ludovico ( 1474-1533) 146-7
Aristophanes (c. 445-c. 385 BC) 76-7, 84
Arnim, Achim von ( 1781-1831) 276
Arrebo, Anders ( 1587-1637) 209
Arvidi, Andreas ( 17th C.) 209
Asachi, Gheorghe ( 1788-1869) 264-5
Aubigné, Agrippa d' ( 1552-1630) 130
Aubry, Pierre ( 1874-1910) 169
Auden, W. H. ( 1907-73) 42-3, 155-6, 287
Augustine, St (354-430) 89-90, 101, 299
Auseklis ( Miķelis Krogzemis, 1850-79) 268
Bahdanovich, Maksim ( 1891-1917) 242
Bahushevich, Frantsishak ( 1840-1900) 242
Baïf, Jean-Antoine de ( 1532-89) 162, 193
Bailey, James299, 301
Balassa, Bálint ( 16th C.) 259
Baltrušaitis, Jurg + ̓is ( 1873-1944) 267-8
Balzac, Honoré de ( 1799-1850) 299
Baranauskas, Antanas ( 1835-1902) 266-7
Barbier, Henri-Auguste ( 1805-82) 81
Baudelaire, Charles ( 1821-67) 283, 301, 315-13
Beck, Jean ( 1883-1943) 169
Bede, the Venerable ( 673-735) 95
Bednyǐ, Dem'yan ( 1883-1945) 235
Belyǐ, Andreǐ ( 1880-1934) 290, 297
Beowulf36, 39
Berceo, Gonzalo de (c. 1180-c. 1246) 138
Bergin, Osborn ( 1873-1950) 45
Bergk, Theodor ( 1812-81) 5
Bernard of Morlaix ( 12th C.) 101
Bernat de Ventadorn ( 12th C.) 128
Bertrand, Aloysius ( 1807-41) 283
Berynda, Pamva ( 1550x 1570-1632) 223-4
Biernat of Lublin ( 16th C.) 218
Blahoslav, Jan ( 1523-71) 216
Blok, Aleksandr ( 1880--1921) 277
Boccaccio, Giovanni ( 1313-75) 299
Bodel, Jean (c. 1165-c. 1210) 126
Boscám Almogáver, Juan (c. 1490-1542) 139, 163
Bosquet, Alain (b. 1919) 142
Botev, Khristo ( 1849-76) 153
Brecht, Bertolt ( 1888-1956) 199, 285-6, 289
Brentano, Clemens ( 1778-1842) 276
Brockmann, Reiner ( 1609-47) 261
Brodziński, Kazimierz ( 1791-1835) 244-5
Browning, Robert ( 1812-89) 187, 188, 298-300, 305-6
Buchner, August ( 1559-1661) 196
Byron, George Gordon, Lord ( 1788-1824) 89, 146, 188, 204, 236
Bysshe, Edward ( 17th-18th CC.) 185
Camões, Luis Vaz de ( 1524/5-80) 309
Cantar de Mio Cid134-5, 297
Carducci, Giosuè ( 1835-1907) 309
Catullus, C. Valerius (c. 87-c. 54 BC) 54, 58, 60-1
Cervantes Saavedra, Miguel de ( 1537-1616) 299
Chanson de Roland126, 134
Chaucer, Geoffrey (c. 1340-1400) 41, 98, 127-8, 183-5, 192, 197
Chénier, André de ( 1762-94) 301, 312-13
Chiabrera, Gabriello ( 1552-1638) 162
Chintulov, Dobri ( 1822-86) 252

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A History of European Versification
Table of contents

Table of contents

  • Title Page iii
  • Editor's Foreword v
  • Preface vi
  • The Author x
  • Acknowledgements xii
  • Contents xiii
  • Notation xvii
  • I - Introduction 1
  • 2 - Slavonic and Baltic Folk Syllabic and Tonic Verse 11
  • 3 - Germanic Tonic Verse 36
  • 4 - Ancient Greek Syllabo-Metrical Verse 49
  • 5 - Greek and Latin Quantitative Metre 65
  • 6 - Greek and Latin Medieval Syllabic Verse 88
  • 7 - Romance Syllabic Verse 119
  • 8 - The Rise of Germanic Syllabo-Tonic Verse 166
  • 9 - Slavonic Literary Syllabic Verse 210
  • 10 - The Expansion of Syllabo-Tonic Verse 238
  • II - International Free Verse 274
  • 12 - Summing-Up 293
  • Appendix 297
  • Bibliography 314
  • Subject Index 325
  • Metrical Index 328
  • Index of Names 330
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