The Anatomy of Poetry
Routledge & K. Paul, 1979 - 189 páginas
It is impossible to appreciate poetry fully without some knowledge of the various aspects of poetic technique. The present work explains all the usual technical terms without deterring the reader by an excess of formalism and pedantry: Miss Boulton shows that is in fact possible to approach a poem in a business-like manner without spoiling its magic or losing enjoyment of its music. She demonstrates further that no other approach is business-like, since no other will get near the reality of the poem. -- From publisher's description.
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THE PHYSICAL FORM OF POETRY
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