Sound Devices in Poe's The Raven

Sound Devices in Poe's The Raven

In this lecture I go very quickly over many terms used to analyze and discuss sound devices (like rhyme) in poetry, using Edgar Allan Poe's poem, "The Raven" as an example. See http://mrturnersenglish.wordpress.com/2011/11/03/english-11-nov-3-2/

Alliteration in The Raven

Alliteration in The Raven

How to Rap - Assonance, Consonance and Alliteration

How to Rap - Assonance, Consonance and Alliteration

https://www.udemy.com/rap-fundamentals/?couponCode=Youtubers To see more videos: http://www.youtube.com/user/donovonjenson Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/IAmDonoTG Twitter: @Donovonjenson Leave your questions in the comment box. I should have one of these out every other week so be on the lookout for that. Any quality improvement ideas would be great. Oh and don't forget to subscribe! How to Rap - Assonance, Consonance and Alliteration This week I'm gonna be talking about assonance, consonance and alliteration. You can use these techniques to give your pieces a more subtle, poetic sound. Alliteration is the most common, and what you'll be able to easily pick out of verses. Assonance and Consonance (vowels or consonants) Assonance: Repeated Vowel sounds Basically that's all it is, the same vowel sound repeated throughout different words in the line or bar. The letters don't have to be the same, the important part is the sound. Here's some examples so it'll make a little more sense Examples: tw[i]l[i]ght meets tw[i]ce at n[i]ght A Pr[ou]d r[ou]nd cl[ou]d with a m[ou]nd of cl[ou]t D[o] y[ou] like bl[ue] (same sounds, different letters) Consonance: Repeated consonant sounds Examples: No[rm], the wo[rm] was taken by sto[rm] Sla[m] the dru[m] into so[m]e [m]a[mm]al I ba[tt]le bri[tt]le wri[tt]ens in li[tt]le se[t]s Alliteration: First Syllable Repeating [B]ig [b]abies [b]ow to [b]othered [b]rothers [R]ed [r]angers [r]ope off the lower [r]ecepticle Sometimes the same letters can be pronounced in different ways, the important part is that the pronunciation sound is the same, not the spelling. As always, don't let these tools overshadow the meaning of your pieces. Next week either rhyme schemes or wordplay. Check out The Rhyme Sanctuary www.youtube.com/therhymesanctuary Resources: If you're a poet, I'd suggest www.text-stars.com **If you sign up here, please say that "Dono" referred you. Thanks!** If you're more of a punch, battle rapper, I'd suggest www.letsbeef.com

The Vocabulary of Sound Devices in Poetry

The Vocabulary of Sound Devices in Poetry

In this lecture I go very quickly over many terms used to analyze and discuss sound devices (like rhyme) in poetry, using Edgar Allan Poe's poem, "The Raven" as an example. See http://mrturnersenglish.wordpress.com/2011/11/03/english-11-nov-3-2/

The Raven- Understanding the 1st 2 stanzas

The Raven- Understanding the 1st 2 stanzas

1. A reading and review of the first 2 stanzas of Edgar Allen Poe's "The Raven"

ET 349 video projet

ET 349 video projet

I am giving a brief lesson on Poe's "The Raven," looking specifically at repetition, alliteration, and the Gothic.

Sound Devices in poetry

Sound Devices in poetry

The Raven Summary by Shmoop

The Raven Summary by Shmoop

This video summarizes Edgar Allen Poe’s poem The Raven—in rhyme. This first-person poem follows the narrator’s descent into madness as he talks to a raven. That’s right, the raven talks back to him, increasing his distress by saying “nevermore.” And what ever happened to Lenore? Maybe if she were still around, the narrator wouldn’t have had to talk to a raven. Learn more about this book on our website: http://www.shmoop.com/the-raven/summary.html

Edgar Allan Poe / Bells (poem with onomatopoeia)

Edgar Allan Poe / Bells (poem with onomatopoeia)

Amelia 8 years old

Sound Devices - Poetry Lesson 1

Sound Devices - Poetry Lesson 1

A review of sound devices used in poetry.

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