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Mar 02, 1992
| ISBN 9780440212058
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Mar 02, 1992 | ISBN 9780440212058
The essential handbook for songwriters, poets, students, teachers, speechmakers, and members of the performing artsThis simple-to-use, exceptionally complete reference work has been updated, expanded and redesigned to meet the needs of today’s most demanding wordsmiths. Included here are:• Over 10,000 new entries—over 60,000 in all• More rhymes than any other book• Sight, vowel, consonant, and one-, two-, and three-syllable rhymes• Proper names, slang, and scientific words• Guide to techniques and forms of poetry
Clement Wood (1888–1950) was a highly acclaimed American poet, critic, and poetry teacher. His poem “The Glory Road” was made famous in a song by Lawrence Tibbett. His other writing includes The Craft of Poetry and Hunters of Heaven.
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