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0.71 Morris Halle Samuel Jay Keyser, Chaucer and the Study of Prosody, College English, 1966.
0.66 Samuel Jay Keyser, Old English Prosody, College English, 1969.
0.62 Dudley L. Hascall, Some Contributions to the Halle-Keyser Theory of Prosody, College English, 1969.
0.61 Joseph C. Beaver, Current Metrical Issues, College English, 1971.
0.60 Joseph C. Beaver, A Grammar of Prosody, College English, 1968.
0.59 Morris Halle Samuel Jay Keyser, Illustration and Defense of a Theory of the Iambic Pentameter, College English, 1971.
0.57 W. K. Wimsatt, The Rule and the Norm: Halle and Keyser on Chaucer's Meter, College English, 1970.
0.56 Karl Magnuson Frank G. Ryder, The Study of English Prosody: An Alternative Proposal, College English, 1970.
0.56 Karl Magnuson Frank G. Ryder, Second Thoughts on English Prosody, College English, 1971.
0.55 Dudley L. Hascall, Trochaic Meter, College English, 1971.
0.53 S. Jay Keyser, Old English Prosody: A Demurrer: Reply, College English, 1969.
0.48 James Sledd, Old English Prosody: A Demurrer, College English, 1969.
0.45 Regina M. Hoover, Principles of English Hyphenation, College Composition and Communication, 1971.
0.44 Kemp Malone, Syllabication, College English, 1957.
0.42 Robert J. Dilligan Karen Lynn, Computers and the History of Prosody, College English, 1973.
0.40 Bruce V. Roach, On S J Keyser's Rules of Prosody, College English, 1974.
0.40 Sheridan Baker, English Meter Is Quantitative, College English, 1960.
0.37 Eben Bass, The Jewels of Troilus, College English, 1961.
0.35 J. C. Catford, English Phonology and the Teaching of Pronunciation, College English, 1966.
0.35 James G. Southworth, Chaucer: A Plea for a Reliable Text, College English, 1964.
0.35 Justus George Lawler, Correction: Politics and the American Language, College English, 1974.
0.30 Thomas Cable, A Garland of Pomposities: Comment on Halle-Keyser Prosody, College English, 1973.
0.29 Regina M. Hoover, Prose Rhythm: A Theory of Proportional Distribution, College Composition and Communication, 1973.
0.28 D. Thomas Ordeman, How Many Rhyme Schemes Has the Sonnet?, College English, 1939.
0.27 Joseph P. Clancy, Cywyddau, College English, 1968.
0.27 George Hemphill, Accent Stress and Emphasis, College English, 1956.
0.26 , Current English Forum, College English, 1940.
0.25 Charles Allen, Cadenced Free Verse, College English, 1948.
0.25 George Brandon Saul, On English Metrics-and Certain Absurdities, College English, 1943.
0.24 Ronald Sutherland, Structural Linguistics and English Prosody, College English, 1958.
0.24 Joseph M. Williams, Caliban and Ariel Meet Trager and Smith or Descriptive Linguistics and Teaching Literature, College English, 1962.
0.23 Henry Petroski, Politic Prosody, College English, 1980.
0.22 Wallace L. Anderson, Metrical Deviations and the Teaching of Poetry, College English, 1958.
0.22 Eleanor Berry, The Free Verse Spectrum, College English, 1997.
0.21 Don K. Pierstorff, Comment on "Emily Dickinson Was a Poetess" by Elsa Greene, College English, 1974.
0.19 Martha S. Waller, A Comment on "Tattle's Well's Faire", College English, 1985.
0.19 Robert D. Stevick, Presenting Middle English Lyrics to the Undergraduate, College English, 1961.
0.18 Burton Raffel, A Comment on "Sound Effects" (Review), College English, 1995.
0.18 George P. Faust, Terms in Phonemics, College Composition and Communication, 1954.
0.18 Charles Mitchell, The Moral Superiority of Chaucer's Pardoner, College English, 1966.
0.17 Robert Allen Papinchak, THE EXERCIST: ATAVISTIC RHYMES AND RHYTHMS, Journal of Advanced Composition, 1984.
0.17 Edmund Reiss, The Final Irony of the Pardoner's Tale, College English, 1964.
0.17 Murray F. Markland, The Craven Comitatus, College English, 1961.
0.16 Donald Jerome Ryan, Scansion Scanned, College English, 1941.
0.16 R. M. Lumiansky, Wiglaf, College English, 1953.
0.15 Giles Sinclair, Chaucer-Translated or Obliterated?, College English, 1954.