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2005 | 49 | 4(391) | 13-23
Article title

SYNTAGMIC-ACCENTUAL VERSE OF JAN TWARDOWSKI

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PL
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The article discusses Maria Dluska's concept of litany as one of the prototypes of the Polish numeric accentual verse system (tonic verse). It is suggested that the litany represents a more complicated rhythmical composition, which is only similar to an accentual one. The term syntagme is used here to define a part of sentence which is semantically compact and longer than an accentual group. The article refers to the Jan Twardowski's poems of a quasilitany form and describes them as a different verse system named a syntagmic-accentual one. In this numeric composition, each line is divided into fixed number of syntagmes, some of which can, but not necessarily, be internally split into a strictly indicated number of accentual groups.
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49
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13-23
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ARTICLE
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  • W. Sadowski, no address given, contact the journal editor
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06PLAAAA01142650
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bwmeta1.element.5ec4ec76-8213-3cb5-a1f7-a13643977fc7
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