Voice and possession in Luisa Igloria's Trill and Mordent
Date of Publication
Bachelor of Arts in Literature
College of Liberal Arts
Literature, Department of
Awarded as best thesis, 2006
Shirley O. Lua
Defense Panel Member
Marie Marjorie Evasco Pernia
This is a study on selected poems from Luisa Igloria's Trill and Mordent, using Susan Stewart's theoretical framework on voice and possession from Poetry and the Fate of the Senses. The identification of voice and possession in the poems are done through the analysis of various elements of poetry: tone, silence, imagery, metaphor, and sound. The various aspects of sounds that are the used in this study are the use of sound through vowels and consonants and the repetition of sound. This study explains and identifies the uniqueness of voice and possession in poetry.
Archives, The Learning Commons, 12F Henry Sy Sr. Hall
53 leaves ; 28 cm.
Poetry--Study and teaching; Lyric poetry--History and criticism; Women--Philippines--Literary collections
Akasaka, N. E. (2006). Voice and possession in Luisa Igloria's Trill and Mordent. Retrieved from https://animorepository.dlsu.edu.ph/etd_honors/274