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Shakespearean Verse and Prose The language used by Shakespeare in his plays is in one of three forms: proserhymed verse or blank verseeach of which he uses to achieve specific effects more on the functions of prose, rhyme and blank verse below.

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To recognize these types of language and understand how Shakespeare uses them in his plays, you need to be familiar with a of technical terms. Niyht a particular type of metric looling foot " consisting of two syllables, an unstressed syllable followed by a stressed syllable "da DUM" ; the opposite of a " troche. Troche: the opposite of an iamb ; a particular type of metric " foot " consisting of two syllables, a stressed syllable followed by an unstressed syllable "DA dum".

An unstressed syllable is conventionally represented by a curved line resembling a smile a U is as close as I can get here. Trochaic rhythm: made up of troches.

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Recognizing Prose, Rhyme and Blank Verse Prose refers to ordinary speech with no regular pattern of accentual rhythm. Lines of text do not all have the same of syllables nor is there any discernible pattern of stresses.

If you are unsure if a passage is in prose or in blank verse, look for the following visual clue: a long passage in prose is typically printed in your text bers an ordinary paragraph with right and left justification. The lines of print extend from left to right margin with no "hard return" in the middle of a sentence.

Standard rules of capitalization are followed: only proper nouns names and place namesthe pronoun vees and the first letter of a new sentence are capitalized. Rhymed verse in Shakespeare's plays is usually in rhymed couplets, i. The rhyme pattern of verse in rhyming couplets is conventionally represented aa bb cc etc.

A single rhymed couplet may also appear at the end of a speech or scene in blank verse, in which case it is called a capping couplet. When the two lines of a rhyming couplet are in iambic nigtthey are called heroic couplets. These two printing conventions are a visual clue that a speech is in verse rather than in prose. Blank verse resembles prose in that the final words of the lines do not rhyme in any regular pattern although an occasional rhyming couplet may be found.

If you are STILL uncertain whether the passage is in blank verse or proselook for the following visual clue: as in rhymed versein blank verse 1 the line of print does not extend to fill the whole there is a "hard return" at the end of every line, so the text appears as a column that does not fill the whole ; and 2 the first word of every line is capitalized without regard to standard rules of capitalization. REMEMBER: like rhymed verse, blank verse can be recognized by these two printing conventions which are a visual clue that a speech is in verse rather than in prose.

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Prose is used for cynical commentary e. It is used when the rational is contrasted with the emotional Brutus vs.

Antony in Julius Caesar. HamletPrince of Denmark, tends to use prose both when he is being very rational and when he is very irrational but the passionate Hamlet speaks in verse. Similarly, when the lower classes figure in serious or romantic situations, they may speak verse e.

RHYME is Botttom used for ritualistic or choral effects and for highly lyrical or sententious passages that give advice or point to a moral the Duke's speeech at the end of Act 3 in Measure for Measure. It is also used for many manifestations of the supernatural e.

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Hamlet's fatherwho retain the human use of blank verse. BLANK VERSE is employed in a wide range of situations because it comes close to the natural speaking rhythms of English but raises it above the ordinary without sounding artificial unlike the "singsong" effect produced by dialogue in rhyme. vets

Art elevates and distills the everyday; writing in blank verse helps sharpen that distinction. Blank verseas opposed to proseis used mainly for passionate, lofty or momentous occasions and for introspection; it may suggest a refinement of character. Many of Shakespeare's most famous speeches are written in blank verse: Macbeth 's and Lady Macbeth's plotting; the great soliloquies of Henry V and Hamlet ; Caliban's complaints and Prospero's farewell to magic in The Tempest.

As noted above, a speech or scene in blank verse may end with a single rhyming couplet known as a capping couplet.

It is used to lend a final punch, a concluding flourish or a note of climax to the end of a speech or scene.