In re: One THINKS of ALL the HANDS

Peter feels the "all" is all but unstressed. I stress "all" but do not stress "thinks." Anyone have an audio of TSE reading it? Diana

From: Peter Montgomery <[log in to unmask]>
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Subject: Re: Please, help me with the feet.
Date: Thu, 7 Sep 2006 16:15:00 -0700

The emphasis on ALL seems to me quit a bit less than the others,
almost to the point of bof not being there.
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Subject: Re: Please, help me with the feet.

I actually read it as three iambs:


Sorry to be boring!


On 9/6/06 7:49 AM, "marcin ostrouch" <[log in to unmask]> wrote:

Could you please help me wit the metrical feet in the second stanza of TSE's Preludes?

I have doubts about the third line here:


With the other masquerades
That time resumes,
One thinks of all the hands
That are raising dingy shades
In a thousand furnished rooms.
are there: one spondee and two dactyls?

Thank you.

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