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Distant Rhythm: Automatic Enjambment Detection on Four Centuries of Spanish Sonnets

Abstract : The characterization of enjambment in Spanish literary theory has unclear points. Systematically obtaining enjambment examples is helping us find additional evidence to analyze these unclear points. Moreover, we are not aware of a systematic large-sample study of enjambment across periods, literary movements, or versification types in Spanish, or other languages. Automatic detection can help answer interesting questions in verse theory, which would benefit from a quantitative approach, complementing small-sample analyses. e.g.: To what an extent is enjambment used differently in free verse vs. traditional versification?
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Pablo Ruiz, Clara Martínez Cantón, Thierry Poibeau. Distant Rhythm: Automatic Enjambment Detection on Four Centuries of Spanish Sonnets. Digital Humanities 2017, Aug 2017, Montreal, Canada. ⟨hal-01722354⟩

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