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Can a sentence or paragraph from a novel, in any degree like a line or quatrain from a sonnet, be found to invite phonemic reading? In the language of prose fiction, by contrast with poetry, less seems to go on than to go forward, less texture than direction—in Jakobson's phonological terms, less arranged equivalence than simple combination. This banner text can have markup.. web; books; video; audio; software; images; Toggle navigation To have the 20 37 2 EOS 950 I answered myself . Deviant voicing may occur, yes, but no one would or could in the ordinary sense "read" that way often or for long.

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