- cae·su·ra also ce·su·ra (s -zh r , -z r ). n. pl.
- TRAVERSING TI-IE CAESURA
- fancy than the impressive caesura of the act of birth would have us believe.
- Ligeti's stylistic caesura
- caesura' (Ligeti 1983) or a 'stylistic crisis' (Searby 2010, title & p. xv).
- Gregory Linington, an actor at Oregon Shakespeare Festival, goes to a
- Then, he marked all the caesuras, or pauses in lines of verse. An example of a caesura comes in Mark Anthony's otf-quoted line in "Julius Caesar": "Friends, Romans, countrymen, lend me your ears.
- Comics Creator Del Connell, 1918-2011: A Long-Overdue, Super Goof-y Appreciation
- Kids of my age had no Disney ambassadors to look to; a perfunctory, forgettable Mickey Mouse Club aired from '77-'79, but it didn't take: America remained caught in the grip a Mouseketeer drought, a post-Funicello, pre-Timberlake caesura.
- A Celebration of Harold Pinter, Pleasance Courtyard, Edinburgh
- And I love the aggressive caesura Sands honours at the end of a short poem: "Before they drop... let me say this...
- Philip Levine and Other Mediocrities: What it Takes to Ascend to the Poet
- "Labor Day," from The Triumph of Achilles, is occasion only to remember her father's death a year ago, which the poet processes conclusively with this profound insight about the length of a human life: "Not a sentence, but a breath, a caesura.
- Caesura - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
- In meter, a caesura is a complete stop in a line of poetry. The plural form of caesura is caesuras or caesurae.
- Caesura - Definition and More from the Free Merriam-Webster
- plural cae·suras or cae·su·rae \-ˈzyu̇r ē, -ˈzhu̇r-\. Definition of CAESURA. 1.
- Lynch, Literary Terms — Caesura
- Caesura is a pause somewhere in the middle of a verse.
- Caesura | Define Caesura at Dictionary.com
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- Poetry Center San Jose | Cæsura
- includes the 2009 Caesura Poetry Contest winners, and an interview with Nils Peterson, Poet Laureate of Santa Clara County. $8.
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