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Acrostics in prose and verse [microform].

Acrostics in prose and verse [microform].

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Published by T. Bosworth in London .
Written in English


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LC ClassificationsMicrofilm 86/8259 (P)
The Physical Object
Pagination3 v. ; 15 cm.
Number of Pages15
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL2323493M
LC Control Number86207526

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Acrostics – many think of the puzzle, clues, answered in numbers spaces, transferred to a grid, resulting in a message. Well, Acrostic Poems are different. Read the first letter of each line down, there’s a message, and the body of the acrostics says more about the : Mike Miller.

An acrostic is a piece of writing in which a particular set of letters—typically the first letter of each line, word, or paragraph—spells out a word or phrase with special significance to the text. Acrostics are most commonly written as a form of poetry, but they can also be found in prose or used as word puzzles.

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Try to name a nonfantastical animal that starts with the letter U and you will understand the challenge of creating an acrostic poem. Acrostic poems draw attention to the first letter of each line, and in Provthe first letter of each verse begins with a successive letter of the Hebrew alphabet—v.

10 begins with aleph, v. 11 with bet, and so on through the 22 letters to v. Acrostics in Prose and Verse, a Sequel to Double Acrostics by Various Authors, Ed. by A.E.H by Acrostics and a great selection of related books, art and collectibles available now at An acrostic poem is one that spells out a word with the first letter of each line.

These poems are often written by children for their relative ease, but sophisticated acrostics have been written. Acrostics in prose and verse.

A sequel to Double acrostics, (London: Bosworth, ) (page images at HathiTrust) Acrostic dictionary; the face value of words, (Los Angeles, ), by Isidore Myers (page images at HathiTrust) Bible acrostics, or, An acrostical arrangement of all the leading facts and predictions of the Old Testament.

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(Montgomery Robert). There are no other constraints. Each line can be metrical or free verse or even a prose poem paragraph. There are many variations to the acrostic form, all of which are acceptable for this challenge. Lewis Turco in his “The Book of Forms” even provided names for some of these variations.

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An acrostic is a poem in which the initial letters of each successive line form a word, phrase, or pattern. The acrostic Psalms tend to use the twenty-two letters with a few slight variations, of the Hebrew alphabet - the first word of the first verse beginning with aleph, the first word of the second verse beginning with bet, and so on.

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