アレン・ギンズバーグの詩のリズム

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Title
アレン・ギンズバーグの詩のリズム
Title Alternative
Allen Ginsberg's Poetic Rhythm
Author
氏名 谷岡 知美
ヨミ タニオカ トモミ
別名 TANIOKA Tomomi
Subject
Allen Ginsberg
アレン・ギンズバーグ
Poetic
NDC
931.7
Abstract

This essay examines the poetic from of Allen Ginsberg's works, focusing on his “one speech-breath,” by which he means that one line contains one thought. Several critics, such as John Clellon Holmes, Helen Vendler, and Tony Trigilio, point out the importance of the rhythm of “breath” in Ginsberg's poems. Until 1955 when Ginsberg wrote “Howl,” he had struggled to grasp the way to compose his poems. Finally, he found his own way of composing poems, which is called “one speech-breath,” when he completed “Howl” in 1956. His “one speech-breath,” is to be based on his “breath”(Hyde 1984). This new way of expressing himself enabled him to project his inner voice in his poems. In order for his inner voice to be heard in his poems, Ginsberg tries to introduce repetitions, “paratactic style”(Burns 1983), and syncopation. When he writes poems, Ginsberg makes every effort to come close to his own breath in his works.

Journal Title
広島女学院大学英語英米文学研究
Issue
18
Spage
49
Epage
71
Published Date
2010-03
Publisher
広島女学院大学
ISSN
0917964X
Language
eng
NIIType
Departmental Bulletin Paper
Text Version
Old URI
Set
hju