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Description: InVerse is a poetry analysis package. It allows the user to manipulate a poem text in order to examine its rhyme scheme, emphasise its rhythm scansion, and follow its thematic patterns and allusions. InVerse also permits the inclusion of moving or still images alongside the poem itself. The package comes with an online lexicon providing definitions of critical terms. The poem workspace provides access to the poem text areas, and images. Poems can be stored in a the poem database and imported into the poem workspace. Poems can be marked-up to show particular features of the poem.The essay workspace permits the entry of longer text and links to supplementary material. Text can be copy and pasted or saved to disk.
Requirements: PC running Windows 3.1 or higher with at least 4MB RAM.
Further information: InVerse is one of three packages developed by the TLTP 'CAL in the Humanities' Project at the University of East Anglia (see the TLTP Phase 1 Catalogue for further details at http://www.tltp.ac.uk/tltp/catalogue/phase1/sub002.htm See also Cook, Lloyd-Smith, and Allen (1993).
Distributor: All TLTP products are available from a central distribution service at http://www.tltp.ac.uk/tltp/ or direct from the developer, Mr Jon Cook, School of English and American Studies, University of East Anglia, Norwich, NR4 7TJ. Tel: 01603 59 2783/2873. Fax: 01603 50 7728. Email: J.Cook@uea.ac.uk.
Price: Free to UK HE academic staff. Two formatted disks to be sent in advance together with a cheque for £5.00 to cover distribution expenses.
Version available at CTI Centre: Current
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Guide to Digital Resources 1996-98. Not to be republished in any form
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HTML Author: Michael Fraser
Document Created: 16 August 1996
Document Modified: 28 September 1997
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