By Tom Clancy, Peter Telep
Tom Clancy, the grasp of foreign intrigue and explosive motion, introduces a brand new hero for a brand new period of warfare-against a brand new type of threat.
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This p h e n o m e n o n will b e discussed in detail in the next chapter. A p o e m is at t h e same time, however, a particular f o r m of p e r suasion or argument: n o t the sort of a r g u m e n t that allies itself w i t h logic, or a discourse governed by a plot, w h i c h arranges events thematically—these are characteristics reserved for narra tive p r o s e — b u t nevertheless a string of language acts in a p a r t i c ular order (often not immediately clear), the aim of w h i c h is to persuade.
10a b v. 11a b He bent the sky and came down, darkness was beneath his feet. He mounted a cherub and flew, gliding on the wings of the wind. v. 12a b v. 13a b He made darkness his screen: dark thunderheads, dense clouds of the sky. Out of the brilliance before him fiery coals blazed. v. 14a b v. 15a b Then Yah weh thundered from heaven, the Most High gave forth his voice. He let fly his shafts and scattered them, he discharged lightning and routed them. v. 16a b c d The ocean bed was exposed, the foundations of the world were laid bare By Yahweh's mighty roaring, at the blast of the breath from his nostrils.
The horizontal orientation of w . 8—9 is n o t prominent, but certainly recognizable and lends an aspect of har m o n y to the people gathered there. T h e y are presented in the plural (princes, children), by w h i c h the poet takes us back to the beginning. In this way h e effectively rounds off his song w i t h a form ofinclusio*, a frame. O n l y after w e have crossed the finish d o The Art of Poetry: A Definition and Analysis 21 w e realize that there are excellent reasons for the call to "praise G o d " in v.
Against All Enemies by Tom Clancy, Peter Telep