contains]]d, which alliterates
beautifully with wd[[contains].
Moreover, the first stressed syllable of the second stave in each line--"pride's" in line 286 and "praise" in line 287-directs the alliteration in each line ("proud," "princely," and "pride's" in line 286; and "princedom," "passed," and praise in line 287); and the fourth stressed syllable in each line does not alliterate
with the other stressed sounds.
In the etymological origins of the non-line-end stressed words that alliterate
, statistics show no significant difference between Pearl and the long-line poems.
In this set of correlations the semiotic relation between the letters and the concepts must be considered indexical: the words cannot be icons because they do not alliterate
and do not therefore "participate" in the reality they purport to denote.
618-19]) and at times even to pairs that only alliterate
Smart (Johnson's friend) alliterates
with Swift; Clare provides an internal rhyme with Baudelaire.
He also does something in this verse that belongs to translating practice of the most conventional late modern kind: where Plautus alliterates
maximum meretricibus, Zukofsky answers with "profit in prostitutes," thus reproducing the effect of alliteration while substituting a different consonantal sound that allows him to render the senses of quaestum and meretricibus with semantic fidelity.
In addition, he deals too slightly with the difficulty provided by verse-initial finite verbs, choosing simply to stress the verb when it alliterates
, and ignoring it when it fails to do so.
Indeed, it seems as if for over a century every new phonological theory has been associated with claims that a level (or levels) of representation posited by that theory functions uniquely in the poetic systems of all languages: it is that level which the rules of versification "look at" to determine whether and how any particular sound or stretch rhymes, alliterates
, scans, etc.
It is, of course, hard to disprove such a statement; but it should be noted that the fronted finite verb gemealt in (18c) has primary stress, since it alliterates
with modsefa and moeges.
But the reader for MAE, notes that |the last stave of the third line alliterates
, which in unrhymed alliterative verse it should not do: it is thus unlikely to come from a literary work' i.
Director Tony Ward, who set up the firm with Steve Merchant in 2009, said: "We called the horse mannequin 'Randy', as it alliterates
with 'rescue',' though in Australia he has a variety of names including 'Bruce.