Table Poetic Phonetics (Name of the phonetic device and examples)
November 13, 2020
|Phonetic device name
||a brief description of
||Repetition of similar sound combinations (vowels or consonants) in artistic speech
||I shuddered. I went on and off.
I was shaking. I made an offer now,
But it’s late, I drifted, and here I am – a refusal.
What a pity for her tears!
I am more blessed than a saint! (B.L. Pasternak)
||Uniform speech, the same sound, rhythmic constructions or phrases at the beginning of the following lines
||I swear by the odd and the couple,
I swear by the sword and the right battle … (A.S. Pushkin)
||The same sound, rhythmic constructions or phrases at the end of subsequent lines
||Not air, but gold,
Spilled into the world.
Chained without a hammer –
The world does not move. (S. M. Gorodetsky)
||Reception of sound expressiveness, which consists in the repetition of homogeneous, similar in sounding consonants in a verse, stanza
||“It’s time, the feather asks for peace …” (A. Pushkin)
||Repetition of homogeneous vowel sounds in a line, stanza, phrase, as well as inaccurate rhyme, in which only some, mainly vowel sounds are consonant
||A crimson fire rose up
Above the roar of the airfield,
And the doves, as if naked,
Rushed against the blue background of thunder. (L.N. Martynov)
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