It should also be illegal for young persons to be present either at iambics
or comedies before they are arrived at that age when they are allowed to partake of the pleasures of the table: indeed a good education will preserve them from all the evils which attend on these things.
Phaedrus, a slave by birth or by subsequent misfortunes, and admitted by Augustus to the honors of a freedman, imitated many of these fables in Latin iambics about the commencement of the Christian era.
Plichard Bentley, at the close of the seventeenth century, to examine more minutely the existing versions of Aesop's Fables, and he maintained that many of them could, with a slight change of words, be resolved into the Scazonic l7 iambics, in which Babrias is known to have written: and, with a greater freedom than the evidence then justified, he put forth, in behalf of Babrias, a claim to the exclusive authorship of these fables.
He had turned Persian poetry into English prose, and English prose into Greek iambics
; he was an authority upon coins; and--one other thing--oh yes, she thought it was vehicular traffic.
It is unfortunately impossible to trace the plan of the poem, which presumably detailed the adventures of this unheroic character: the metre used was a curious mixture of hexametric and iambic
For there is no common term we could apply to the mimes of Sophron and Xenarchus and the Socratic dialogues on the one hand; and, on the other, to poetic imitations in iambic
, elegiac, or any similar metre.
102, of the sonnet.] The rime-scheme is ababbcbcc , and in the last line the iambic
pentameter gives place to an Alexandrine (an iambic
pentameters -- the most difficult kind of English verse to write acceptably; a kind, therefore, much affected by those who cannot acceptably write any kind.
Thence what the lofty grave Tragedians taught In chorus or iambic
, teachers best Of moral prudence, with delight received In brief sententious precepts, while they treat Of fate, and chance, and change in human life, High actions and high passions best describing.
The particular vocabulary of this bodily invective, which marks the mulier's belly as soft (mollis venter) and displays the softness of the speaker's sexual impotence, furthermore, has a metapoetic significance that shows the interaction between Roman love elegy and Horace's Roman iambics
, an influence that will become more apparent in Epode 12.
Exactly fourteen lines, each of five-foot iambics
-- ta DUM ta DUM ta DUM ta DUM ta DUM -- such is life for a sonnet, and Rebecca Foust strings more than eighty together in this biting, rhythmically haunting collection.
To make Friek, Odell brewed multiple Kriek Iambics
, then transferred the beer into oak barrels to age and sour.