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Truth of poetry

tensions in modern poetry from Baudelaire to the 1960s.

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        StatementWeidenfeld & Nicolson
        PublishersWeidenfeld & Nicolson
        LC Classifications1969
        The Physical Object
        Paginationxvi, 106 p. :
        Number of Pages67
        ID Numbers
        ISBN 100297179144

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“Poetry & Truth”

On the other hand, he was more than kind to my native, if homely, American lyrics and ballads, written with less pains, yet more spontaneously; and truth of poetry told me very frankly that he thought the simple home-fruit of more real significance than my attempt to reproduce some apple of the Hesperides.

A certain kind of preachment, antipathetic to the spirit of poesy, has received the name of didacticism. I remember my own chagrin, twenty years ago, when Mr.

His mistakes were those of poetic youth and temperament, and he grew in love, justice, pity, according to his light. It is hard to better the truth "by her own sweet and cunning hand put on. His lyrics abound in these beautiful surprises.

The Nature and Elements of Poetry/Truth

This is more true, for example, in persons closer to the center of action than those farther. And that is the natural purpose of these passions, to order us according to bodily desires to actions that will make us happy and fend off misery.

And thus there can be little doubt that in the union of Poetry with Music in its popular sense, we shall find the widest field for the Poetic development. " We confess the poet's witchcraft, and ourselves are of the blithe company,—denizens of an enchanted land, where everything has the truth of possibility.