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Much of the poetry of the period is difficult to date, or even to arrange chronologically ; for example, estimates for the date of the great epic Beowulf range from AD 608 right through to AD 1000, and there has never been anything even approaching a consensus.
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Much modern poetry reflects a critique of poetic tradition, playing with and testing, among other things, the principle of euphony itself, sometimes altogether forgoing rhyme or set rhythm.
Much narrative poetry — such as Scottish and English ballads, and Baltic and Slavic heroic poems — is performance poetry with roots in a preliterate oral tradition.
Much of Bacchylides's poetry was commissioned by proud and ambitious aristocrats, a dominant force in Greek political and cultural life in the 6th and early part of the 5th centuries, yet such patrons were gradually losing influence in an increasingly democratic Greek world.
Much of the French poetry produced during the fin de siècle was characterized as " decadent " for its lurid content or moral vision.
West has recorded over fifty audiobooks, among which are the Shakespeare plays All's Well That Ends Well, Coriolanus, Henry V, The Merchant of Venice, A Midsummer Night's Dream, Much Ado About Nothing and Richard II, the Wind on Fire trilogy by William Nicholson ( The Wind Singer, Slaves of the Mastery and Firesong ), the Arthur trilogy by Kevin Crossley-Holland ( The Seeing Stone, At the Crossing Places and King of the Middle March ), five books by Sebastian Faulks ( Charlotte Gray, Birdsong, The Girl at the Lion d ' Or, Human Traces and A Possible Life ), four by Michael Ridpath ( Trading Reality, Final Venture, Free to Trade, and The Marketmaker ), two by George Orwell ( Nineteen Eighty-Four and Homage to Catalonia ), two by Mary Wesley ( An Imaginative Experience and Part of the Furniture ), two by Robert Goddard ( Closed Circle and In Pale Battalions ) and several compilations of poetry ( Realms of Gold: Letters and Poems of John Keats, Bright Star, The Collected Works of Shelley, Seven Ages, Great Narrative Poems of the Romantic Age and A Shropshire Lad ).
Much of Theodore's childhood was spent in this greenhouse, as reflected by the use of natural images in his poetry.
Called the Poet of the Sierras and the Byron of the Rockies, he may have been more of a celebrity in England than in his native U. S. Much of his reputation, however, came not from his poetry but from the image he created for himself by capitalizing on the stereotypical image of Western frontiersmen.
Much of Davie's poetry has been compared to that of the traditionalist Philip Larkin, but other works are more influenced by Ezra Pound.
Much of the appeal of the series stems from its extensive use of references and allusions from a wide array of thinkers such as Teilhard de Chardin, John Muir, Norbert Wiener, and to the poetry of John Keats, a famous English Romantic poet of the 19th century, Norse Mythology, and the monk Ummon ; a large number of technological elements are acknowledged by Simmons to be inspired by elements of Out of Control: The New Biology of Machines, Social Systems, and the Economic World.
Much of his childhood in Abbotsford is pseudonymously recounted in his 2005 poetry volume Back to the War and in the first person in his 2011 memoir When TISH Happens.
Much of her poetry is written in syllabic verse, repeating the number of syllables rather than stresses or beats, per line.
Much of the Irish poetry of the 17th century was therefore composed by Catholic clerics and Irish society fell increasingly under Counter reformation influences.
Much of Rexroth's work can be classified as " erotic " or " love poetry ," given his deep fascination with transcendent love.
Much of the writing produced in this period was conventional in character, in praise of patrons and their families, but the best of it was of exceptionally high quality and included poetry of a personal nature.
Much of poetry has its source in an oral tradition: the Scots and English ballads, the tales of Robin Hood, of Iskandar, and various Baltic and Slavic heroic poems all were originally intended for recitation, rather than reading.
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Much of this necessary increase in research and development, though properly chargeable to current expenses, is not reflected in earnings until projects are completed and the new machines sold in quantity, usually over a period of several years.
Much of the Alpine culture is unchanged since the medieval period when skills that guaranteed survival in the mountain valleys and in the highest villages became mainstays, leading to strong traditions of carpentry, woodcarving, baking and pastry-making, and cheesemaking.
Much of the musical repertoire written for harpsichord and organ from the period circa 1400 – 1800 can be played on the clavichord ; however, it does not have enough ( unamplified ) volume to participate in chamber music, with the possible exception of providing accompaniment to a soft baroque flute, recorder, or single singer.
Several other new talents emerged during this period, and Alfred Hitchcock would confirm his status as one of the UK's leading young directors with his influential thrillers The Man Who Knew Too Much ( 1934 ), The 39 Steps ( 1935 ) and The Lady Vanishes ( 1938 ), before moving to Hollywood.
Much of his work is a contribution to the " philosophy-on-life debate " ( religion-Marxism-Darwinism ) which marked much of Danish cultural life during this period.
Much of the ragtime recorded in this period is presented in a light-hearted novelty style, looked to with nostalgia as the product of a supposedly more innocent time.
Much of the modern history of Stephen's reign is based on accounts of chroniclers who lived in, or close to, the middle of the 12th century, forming a relatively rich account of the period.
Much of the poem is clearly at variance with known historical facts and records of the period and is either fabricated using traditional chivalric motifs or ' borrowed ' from the exploits of others and attributed to Wallace.
Much of the Northern hemisphere showed significant cooling during the Little Ice Age ( defined for the purpose as 1400 to 1700 ) but Labrador and isolated parts of the United States appeared to be approximately as warm as during the 1961 – 1990 period.
Much of such information was usually known to be deficient, especially during the period following puberty when curiosity of sexual matters was the most acute.
Much of what we know about her and her experiences at court comes from the diary, which covers the period from about 1008 to 1010.
Much of the influence of Poland on the development of the Ukrainian language has been attributed to this period and is reflected in multiple words and constructions used in everyday Ukrainian speech that were taken from Polish or Latin.
Much of the interest in cloud forcing relates to its role as a feedback process in the present period of global warming.
It was presented by Leslie Phillips and included new interviews with Betty Marsden and Barry Took, period interviews with Kenneth Horne, and rare excerpts from surviving wartime episodes of Much Binding in the Marsh.
Much of the population survived, and there was a certain degree of mixing between it and the Kipchak Tatars of the Horde during the ensuing period.
Much of the best work in ceramics, textiles and other techniques was produced over a long period by the various Imperial factories or workshops, which as well as being used by the court was distributed internally and abroad on a huge scale to demonstrate the wealth and power of the Emperors.
Much of his newly occurring health problems most likely stemmed from his consumption of bad and sometimes nearly poisonous illegal alcohol during the period of Prohibition in the United States, or possibly from early onset of the then-mysterious Alzheimer's Disease.
Much larger forms are found in the later rocks of the upper part of the Jurassic and the lower part of the Cretaceous, such as Titanites from the Portland Stone of Jurassic of southern England, which is often 53 centimetres ( 2 feet ) in diameter, and Parapuzosia seppenradensis of the Cretaceous period of Germany, which is one of the largest known ammonites, sometimes reaching 2 metres ( 6. 5 feet ) in diameter.
Much of Mérida's architecture from the colonial period through the 18th century and 19th century is still standing in the centro historico of the city.
Much of the housing of the borough was constructed by the London County Council during the interwar period of 1921-1939.
Much of the modern history of the civil war of the Anarchy is based on accounts of chroniclers who lived in, or close to, the middle of the 12th century, forming a relatively rich account of the period.
Much of Ellis ' background music in the early ' 70s had a distinct, richly orchestrated sound not found on many other made-for-TV cartoon series of that period ; though as time went on, it became more synthesized.