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Author Burton, T. L.

Title The sound of William Barnes's dialect poems. 1, Poems of rural life in the Dorset dialect, first collection (1844) / by T.L. Burton.

Publication Info. Adelaide : University of Adelaide Press, [2013]


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Description 1 online resource (xx, 593 pages)
text txt rdacontent
spoken word spw rdacontent
computer c rdamedia
online resource cr rdacarrier
Contents Introduction -- The spelling of the 1844 collection -- A note on the text -- The milk-mâid o' the farm (a line-by-line phonemic analysis) -- 1844 Poems with phonemic transcripts -- Spring -- The Spring -- The woodlands -- Liady-Day an' ridden house -- Easter time -- Dock leaves -- The blackbird -- Woodcom' feäst -- The milk-mâid o' the farm -- The girt woak tree that's in the dell -- Vellen the tree -- Bringen oon gwâin o' Zundays -- Evemen twilight -- Evemen in the village -- Mây -- Bob the fiddler -- Hope in Spring -- The white road up athirt the hill -- The woody holler -- Jenny's ribbons -- Eclogue: the 'lotments -- Eclogue: A bit o' sly coortèn -- Summer -- Evemen, an' mâidens out at door -- The shepherd o' the farm -- Vields in the light -- Whitsuntide an' club wa'kèn -- Woodley -- The brook that runn'd by Gramfer's -- Sleep did come wi' the dew -- Sweet music in the wind -- Uncle an' nt -- Havèn oon's fortun a-tuold -- Jeän's weddèn dae in marnen -- Rivers don't gi'e out -- Miakèn up a miff -- Hây-miakèn -- Hây-carrèn -- Eclogue: The best man in the vield -- Wher we did kip our flagon -- Wik's end in Zummer, in the wold vo'ke's time -- The meäd a-mow'd -- The sky a-clearèn -- The evemen star o' Zummer -- The clote -- I got two viel's -- Polly be-èn upzides wi' Tom -- Be'mi'ster -- Thatchèn o' the rick -- Bees a-zwarmen -- Readèn ov a headstuone -- Zummer evemen dnce -- Eclogue: Viairies -- Fall -- Carn a-turnèn yoller -- A-halèn carn -- Harvest huome: The vust piart: the supper -- Harvest huome: Second piart: what tha done ter supper -- A zong ov harvest huome -- Poll's jack d -- The ivy -- The welshnut tree -- Jenny out vrom huome -- Grenley water -- The viary veet that I da meet -- Marnen -- Out a-nuttèn -- Tiakèn in apples -- Miaple leaves be yoller -- The weather-beäten tree -- Shodon fiair: The vust piart -- Shodon Fiair: The rest 't -- Martin's tide -- Guy Faux's night -- Night a-zettèn in -- Eclogue : The common a-took in -- Eclogue : Two farms in oone -- Winter -- The vrost -- A bit o' fun -- Fanny's bethdae -- What Dick an' I done -- Grammer's shoes -- Zunsheen in the Winter -- The weepèn liady -- The happy daes when I wer young -- In the stillness o' the night -- The settle an' the girt wood vire -- The carter -- Christmas invitation -- Keepèn up o' Chris'mas -- Zittèn out the wold year -- Woak wer good enough oonce -- Miary-Ann's chile -- Eclogue: Faether come huome -- Eclogue: A ghost -- Miscellaneous pieces -- A zong -- The mâid var my bride -- The huomestead -- The farmer's woldest daeter -- Uncle out o' debt an' out o' dannger -- The church an' happy Zunday -- The wold waggon -- The common a-took in -- A wold friend -- The ruose that deck'd her breast -- Nanny's cow -- The shep'erd buoy -- Hope a-left behine -- A good faether -- The beam in Grenley Church -- The vâices that be gone -- Poll -- Looks a-know'd avore -- The music o' the dead -- The pliace a tiale's a-tuold o' -- nt's tantrums -- The stuonen puorch -- Farmers' sons -- Jeän -- The dree woaks -- The huomestead a-vell into han' -- The d'rection Post -- Jeän o' Grenley Mill -- The bells of Alderburnham -- The girt wold house o' mossy stuone -- Eclogue: The times -- A witch -- Appendix: A summary of sections 7 and 8 of WBPG -- Glossary.
Summary "This series developed from Tom Burton's groundbreaking study, 'William Barnes's dialect poems : a pronunciation guide' (The Chaucer Studio Press, 2010), sets out to demonstrate for the first time what all of Barnes's dialect poems would have sounded like in the pronunciation of his own time and place. Every poem is accompanied by a facing-page phonemic transcript and by an audio recording freely available from the University of Adelaide Press website."
Supplement Audio recordings of each poem available from University of Adelaide Press website.
Subject Barnes, William, 1801-1886.
Barnes, William, 1801-1886. Poems. Selections.
Barnes, William, 1801-1886. (OCoLC)fst00005647
English poetry -- 19th century.
POETRY -- European -- English, Irish, Scottish, Welsh.
English poetry. (OCoLC)fst00912278
Chronological Term 1800-1899
Genre/Form Electronic books.
Added Author University of Adelaide Press.
Added Title Poems of rural life in the Dorset dialect, first collection (1844)
Other Form: Print version: Burton, T.L. (Tom L.), 1944- Sound of William Barnes's Dialect Poems. 1, Poems of Rural Life in the Dorset Dialect, first collection (1844) 9781922064486 (OCoLC)852134650
ISBN 9781922064493 (electronic bk.)
1922064491 (electronic bk.)
9781922064486 (paperback)
1922064483 (paperback)
Standard No. AU@ 000060635067
GBVCP 1008659096

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