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Scansion Analysis in William Shakespeare’s Poems

Show simple item record Nasution, Rosdachniar 2020-06-26T02:15:28Z 2020-06-26T02:15:28Z 2017-04
dc.description.abstract This study deals with scansion method in William Shakespeare‟s poems. The objectives of this study is to determine the scansion analysis and describe the metrical foot and line in William Shakespeare‟s poems and find the most dominant metrical feet in the poems. There were 10 poems taken as the source of data in this research, A Fairy Song, All The Worlds A Stage, Love Is Too Young To Know What Conscience Is, My Love Is As A Fever Longing Still, O Never Say That I Was False Of Heart, Silvia, Sweet-And-Twenty, Under The Greenwood Tree, When I Consider Every Thing That Grows, When I Do Count The Clock That Tells The Time. This research was conducted by using descriptive qualitative research. The findings indicates that there are Five types of metrical feet was found in William Shakespeare‟s poems. They are Monosyllabic (Masculine or Feminine Ending), Iambic, Trochaic, Dactylic, And Anapestic. The total number of Monosyllabic (Masculine Ending) are (3.6%) (Feminine Ending) are (3.3%), Iambic 549 (54.9%), Trochaic 329 (32.9%), Dactylic 31 (3.1%), And Anapestic 22 (2.2%). The most dominant type of metrical feet in William Shakespeare‟s poems is Iambic with the total 549 (54.%) en_US
dc.subject Scansion Analysis en_US
dc.subject Metrical Feet en_US
dc.subject Metrical Line en_US
dc.subject William Shakespeare’s poems en_US
dc.title Scansion Analysis in William Shakespeare’s Poems en_US
dc.type Thesis en_US

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