Chastushka


Chastushka

La Chastushka (del ruso части́ть - hablar rápido), un tipo de poesía rusa tradicional, es una cuarteta individual en tetrámetro trocaico, con un esquema "abab" o "abcb" en las rimas. Comúnmente de naturaleza humorística, satírica o irónica, las chastushkas son adicionalmente acompañadas de música, ya sea con balalaica o acordeón. Su corta pero rígida estructura, puede compararse a los limericks de la cultura británica.


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  • chastushka — chas·tush·ka …   English syllables

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