Rhythm and writing

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Whitston, 1989 - Language Arts & Disciplines - 140 pages
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This book is a study of the biology of writing. Rhythm, whether in speech or prose, controls the way a text is physically generated and the way it is psychologically perceived. The study of rhythm opens all language to the same fundamental measure, and from this measure emerges a new understanding of the relationships between literacy, literature, and the ability to write well.

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A Brief History of Rhythm Research
Physical and Psychological Rhythm in Text Production
Linguistic Rhythm and Systems of Stress

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