Tradition and the Individual Poem

Tradition and the Individual Poem

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A theoretical, historical, and critical inquiry, this book looks at the assumptions anthologies are predicated on, how they are put together, the treatment of the poems in them, and the effects their presentations have on their readers.aquot;Study the Peopleaquot;: to write a poem that would be accessible to their good judgment, the only guarantee of lasting fame (and that as ... Seats of my youth, when every sport could please, How often have I loitered oa#39;er thy green, Where humble happiness endeared each ... comes again in the same opening position in line 15 a€” but the memories belong only to aquot;I, aquot; the poet: they are attached to aquot; my youth.

Title:Tradition and the Individual Poem
Author:Anne Ferry
Publisher:Stanford University Press - 2001


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