Preface Chinese Historical Periods Prologue. Setting Repetition in Its Larger Context of Culture 1 Repetition as the Common Basis for Comparison 2 The Overt Mode of Repetition: Sound 3 The Covert Mode of Repetition: Sense 4 Mimesis and Xing Epilogue. The Telos of Poetic Repetition Appendix: Original Texts of Chinese Poems and Critical Passages Notes Glossary IndexFrom this perspective, the emotional focus of the poem, as hinted at by the title a Bidding Farewell, a is not only affirmed, but reaffirmed with a ... This is how the final xing works as an example of covert repetition: by showing rather than telling.
|Title||:||The Poetics of Repetition in English and Chinese Lyric Poetry|
|Author||:||Cecile Chu-chin Sun|
|Publisher||:||University of Chicago Press - 2011|