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Meaning that even if Bartini wasn’t always appreciated in his time, the future could soon be an ode to his work.
WHY THE SOVIET RED BARON MATTERS TODAYNICK FOURIEZOSMARCH 3, 2021OZY
Perhaps the odes require a different form of criticism, one in which feeling is mixed with thinking, passion with reason, the subjective with the objective.
TWO CENTURIES AFTER JOHN KEATS’S DEATH, HIS FAMOUS ODES ARE STILL SPARKING NEW DISCUSSIONSTROY JOLLIMOREFEBRUARY 25, 2021WASHINGTON POST
Though the reviews were unfair and unkind, “Endymion” is far from Keats’s best work, and the poems that would establish him as an enduring poet — in particular, the “great odes” of 1819 — were yet to come.
TWO CENTURIES AFTER JOHN KEATS’S DEATH, HIS FAMOUS ODES ARE STILL SPARKING NEW DISCUSSIONSTROY JOLLIMOREFEBRUARY 25, 2021WASHINGTON POST
One of Gordana Gerskovic’s found abstractions turns a partly whitewashed wall into a minimalist ode, and Katherine Blakeslee frames monumental outdoor sculpture to highlight the shadows they cast.
IN THE GALLERIES: MIDDLE EAST ARTISTS EXAMINE SHELTERING IN PLACE AMID PANDEMICMARK JENKINSJANUARY 15, 2021WASHINGTON POST
It was supposed to be a sweet outing with their grandparents, an ode to generations of tradition and heritage.
I BROUGHT MY KIDS TO THE DEVIL FOR CHRISTMAS. AND THEY’RE FINE. RIGHT?PETULA DVORAKDECEMBER 17, 2020WASHINGTON POST
There are Dolly songs that cut so deep they will break your heart, and there are others to be avoided because you don’t want to think about her that way, like her awkward ode to swinging.
‘DOLLY PARTON, SONGTELLER’ IS A GOLD MINE OF LITTLE-SEEN PHOTOS AND PERSONAL ANECDOTESALLISON STEWARTNOVEMBER 30, 2020WASHINGTON POST
I will sing an ode to thee, as Hafiz has written and sung many a one to his; peace be to his memory!
CONFESSIONS OF A THUGPHILIP MEADOWS TAYLOR
The principal classes of lyric poetry are the song, the ode, the elegy, and the sonnet.
ENGLISH: COMPOSITION AND LITERATUREW. F. (WILLIAM FRANKLIN) WEBSTER
An ode is a lyric expressing exalted emotion; it usually has a complex and irregular metrical form.
ENGLISH: COMPOSITION AND LITERATUREW. F. (WILLIAM FRANKLIN) WEBSTER
A volume of her poems appeared in the following year, with Dryden's ode as an introduction.
THE CORNWALL COASTARTHUR L. SALMON
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OCTOBER 26, 1985
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WORDS RELATED TO ODE

  • alliteration
  • beats
  • cadences
  • couplets
  • doggerel
  • half-rhymes
  • harmonies
  • iambic pentameters
  • measures
  • meters
  • nursery rhymes
  • odes
  • poems
  • poesies
  • poetry
  • rhythms
  • runes
  • slant rhymes
  • songs
  • tunes
  • verses
  • vowel-chimes
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