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目次

  • Chapter 1 Middle English Alliterative Verse and Its Meter
    • 1.1 Studies on OE and ME Versification
    • 1.2 Development of Metrical Studies in Literary and Linguistic Fields
    • 1.3 English Speech Rhythm
    • 1.4 Approaches to ME Versification
  • Chapter 2 Metrical Norms and Deviations of Pearl,Cleanness,Patience,and Sir Gawain and the Green Knight
    • 2.1 Scansion
    • 2.2 The Structure of the Verse Line
    • 2.3 Implications of the Postulated Meters
    • 2.4 List of Metrical Complexity of Patience
  • Chapter 3 A Comparative Analysis of Cleanness and Sir Gawain and the Green Knight:Metrical Standard and Idiosyncrasies
    • 3.1 The Basics and the Metrical Template
    • 3.2 Special Metrical Phenomena Observed in Cleanness and Sir Gawain and the Green Knight
    • 3.3 Lists of Metrical Complexity of Cleanness and Sir Gawain and the Green Knight
  • Chapter 4 The Meter of Pearl:Its Unique Features against Other ME Alliterative Poems
    • 4.1 The Basics for Pearl
    • 4.2 Alliteration and Rhyme in Pearl
    • 4.3 The Offbeat Structure of Pearl
    • 4.4 The Beat Structure of Pearl
    • 4.5 List of Metrical Complexity of Pearl
    • 4.6 The Meter of Pearl
  • Chapter 5 Rhyme Constraints in Pearl:Reiteration within the Verse Line,the Stanza,the Cluster,and the Whole Poem
    • 5.1 Vowels in Rhyme
    • 5.2 Consonants in Rhyme
    • 5.3 Deviations in Rhyme
    • 5.4 Rhyme within the Stanza
    • 5.5 Rhyme within the Cluster
    • 5.6 Multiple Constraints in the Meter of Pearl
  • Chapter 6 Alliteration Techniques in Four Alliterative Poems in the MS Cotton Nero A.x
    • 6.1 Excessive Alliteration
    • 6.2 Possible Combinations of Consonants and Consonant Clusters
    • 6.3 Primary and Secondary Alliteration within the Verse Line
  • Chapter 7 Langland’s Alliteration Techniques in Piers Plowman
    • 7.1 Alliteration within the Verse Line
    • 7.2 Alliteration in Consecutive Lines
    • 7.3 Idiosyncrasies of Langland’s Alliteration
  • Chapter 8 Excessive Sound Repetition in Three Minor ME Alliterative Poems Composed in the Thirteen‐Line Stanza
    • 8.1 Alliteration and Rhyme in the Thirteen‐Line Stanza
    • 8.2 Distinctive Features Due to Rigid Alliteration and Rhyme
    • 8.3 Mobile Stress via Two Different Stress Systems
  • Chapter 9 Revisiting Oakden’s Insights into ME Alliterative Verse
    • 9.1 Reduplication in English Verse and Alliteration in OE Verse
    • 9.2 Innovations in ME Alliterative Verse
    • 9.3 Multiple Forms of Repetitions in ME Alliterative Verse
    • 9.4 Oakden’s Insights into ME Alliterative Verse
  • Chapter 10 Consecutive Alliteration in ME Alliterative Verse:Sound Repetition over the Verse Line
    • 10.1 Five Types of Consecutive Alliteration
    • 10.2 Combination of Different Types of Consecutive Alliteration
    • 10.3 Frequencies of Five Types in the Major Twelve Poems
  • Chapter 11 Recurring Alliteration in Consecutive Lines in The Alliterative Morte Arthure
    • 11.1 Consecutive Alliteration in The Alliterative Morte Arthure
    • 11.2 Amalgamated Sound Repetition via Consecutive A1literation
    • 11.3 The MA Poet’s Deliberation in Consecutive Alliteration
  • Chapter 12 The Repetition of the Sound r in The Alliterative Morte Arthure:Overt and Covert Repetitions in Successive Lines
    • 12.1 Identical Alliteration and Compensation of Weak Alliteration
    • 12.2 Recurring r in Alliteration within the Line and over Consecutive Lines
    • 12.3 Primary and Secondary Alliteration
  • Chapter 13 Tension between Alliteration and Speech Rhythm in the Meter of ME Alliterative Verse
    • 13.1 Metrical Subordination Rule in ME Alliterative Verse
    • 13.2 Compound Stress Rule in ME Alliterative Verse
    • 13.3 Mobile Stress and ME Alliterative Meter
  • Chapter 14 Metrical Constraints of the Line End of ME Alliterative Verse
    • 14.1 Beats,Offbeats,and the Final‐e Revisited
    • 14.2 Three Patterns to Conclude the Verse Line
    • 14.3 End Rhyme in Addition to Alliteration
    • 14.4 Defamiliarized Language of ME Alliterative Verse
  • Chapter 15 Alliteration and Metrical Subordination in The Alliterative Morte Arthure
    • 15.1 Flexible Lines between Four‐Beat and Five‐Beat
    • 15.2 Patterns in Flexible Readings between Four‐Beat and Five‐Beat
    • 15.3 Rules to Realize Mobile Stress in Certain Collocations
  • Chapter 16 The Line End and Its Significance in OE Alliterative Meter and ME Alliterative Meter
    • 16.1 The Scansion Method and Issues in Defining the Meter
    • 16.2 Line‐Endings of OE and ME Alliterative Verses
    • 16.3 Major Differences between OE and ME Alliterative Lines
  • Chapter 17 The Meter of The Alliterative Morte Arthure and the Special Position of King Arthur’s Round Table
    • 17.1 Excessive Alliteration and the Repetition of r in The Alliterative Morte Arthure
    • 17.2 The Metrical Make‐Up of“the Round Table”in The Alliterative Morte Arthure and Alliteration on r
    • 17.3 Formulaic Patterns of“the Round Table”in The Alliterative Morte Arthure
    • 17.4 “The Round Table”in Other ME Works and the Metrical Template of The Alliterative Morte Arthure