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" French not merely pronounce these e's, hut dwell upon them, and give them long and accented notes in the music. This recognition is absolutely necessary to the measure of the verse, which, depending solely upon the number of the syllables in a line, and... "
Étude sur la prononciation de l'e muet à Paris - Page 16
by Ad Mende - 1880 - 152 lehte
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Early English Text Society: Extra series, 2. number

1869
...is absolutely necessary to the measure of the verso, which, depending solely upon the number of the syllables in a line, and having no relation to the...the existence of the omitted syllables can mass into rhythm.2 1 In M. Jobert's Colloquial French poetry (in tragedies especially, and (London, Whittaker,...
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On Early English Pronunciation, with Especial Reference ..., 2. number;7. number

Alexander John Ellis - 1869
...is absolutely necessary to the measure of the verse, which, depending solely upon the number of the syllables in a line, and having no relation to the...consciousness of the existence of the omitted syllables can muss into rhythm." 1 In M. Jobcrt'e Colloquial French poetry (in tragnliog especially, und (London,...
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On Early English Pronunciation, with Especial Reference to Shakespeare and ...

Alexander John Ellis - 1869
...is absolutely necessary to the measure of the verse, which, depending solely upon the number of the syllables in a line, and having no relation to the...these final e's without mercy, producing, to English cars, a hideous rough shapeless unmusical result, which nothing but a consciousness of the existence...
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Publications: Second Series

Chaucer Society (London, England) - 1869
...is absolutely necessary to the measure of the verse, which, depending solely upon the number of the syllables in a line, and having no relation to the...yet when they declaim, the French omit these final «'s without mercy, producing, to English ears, a hideous rough shapeless unmusical result, which nothing...
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On Early English Pronunciation, with Especial Reference to Shakspere and ...

Alexander John Ellis - 1869
...is absolutely necessary to the measure of the verse, which, depending solely upon the number of the syllables in a line, and having no relation to the...yet when they declaim, the French omit these final «'s without mercy, producing, to English ears, a hideous rough shapeless unmusical result, which nothing...
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On Early English Pronunciation, with Especial Reference to Shakspere and ...

Alexander John Ellis - 1869
...yet when they declaim, the French omit these final «'s without mercy, producing, to English cars, a hideous rough shapeless unmusical result, which...the existence of the omitted syllables can mass into rhythm.2 1 In M. Jobert's Colloquial French poetry (in tragedies especially, and (London, Whittaker,...
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Part relating to pronunciation, extracted for private circulation, from A ...

Henry John Roby - 1871
...' absolutely necessary to the measure of the verse, which depending ' solely upon the number of the syllables in a line, and having no ' relation to the...result, ' which nothing but a consciousness of the omitted syllables can ' mass into rhythm.' Again (p. 329 n.), ' In German and French ' poetry the omission...
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A Grammar of the Latin Language from Plautus to Suetonius, 1. osa

Henry John Roby - 1871 - 476 lehte
...absolutely necessary to the measure of the verse, which, depending ' solely upon the number of the syllables in a line, and having no 'relation to the...yet when they ' declaim, the French omit these final is without mercy, producing ' to English ears a hideous, rough, shapeless, unmusical result, ' which...
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A grammar of the Latin language from Plautus to Suetonius 2 pt, 1. köide

Henry John Roby - 1881
...absolutely necessary to the measure of the verse, which, depending • solely upon the number of the syllables in a line, and having no ' relation to the...when these syllables are omitted. And yet when they 1 declaim, the French omit these final e's without mercy, producing ' to English ears a hideous, rough,...
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Publications

Chaucer Society, London - 1869
...is absolutely necessary to the measure of the verse, which, depending solely upon the number of the syllables in a line, and having no relation to the...the existence of the omitted syllables can mass into rhythm.* 1 In M. Johert's Colloquial French poetry (in tragedies especially, and (London, Whittaker,...
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