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|"until I am essentially united with him I can never have full rest or real happiness; |
in other words, until I am so joined to him that there is absolutely nothing between
my God and me." In the same passage, Julian goes on to distinguish between ...
|Love does not conquer all questions, however, and it can mark a rupture rather |
than a bond between the poet and the rest of ... but I cannot know exactly what I
mean: it was to have been self-evidently true, but words cannot verify themselves.
|And of what character are the relations which may be shown to exist between |
science and poetry ? ... That poetry must possess some relationship or other with
science, is an inference which rests on the plain fact that, both claiming to ... The
scientist " interprets " nature in the true sense of that word, by showing us what
nature means, and how her ways and works are regulated, formed, and
James Risser - 1997 - 278 pages
|The poem's validity rests in itself and has its saying power in the way language |
comes to appearance in it. In "Text and Interpretation" ... transmission of meaning.
Nevertheless, there is a profound difference between the functioning of words in
Dick Higgins - 1987 - 275 pages
|Of course, the distinction between poetry and prose is relevant only to the |
purposes to which the distinction will be put. ... This is true of virtually all poetry,
whether modern or old, at least in the Western context. ... But the rest of pattern
poetry usually has a mimetic shape which signals something about the piece
itself. The shape contains part of the meaning of the piece, then, beyond its
purely formal interaction with the words — long lines, bent lines, ambiguous lines
, short lines, and so ...
|The poem's final third is customarily read as an avowal of the romantic doctrine of |
the mind's ultimate superiority over Nature: after all, "It was her voice ... mind /
Nature dichotomy and reads it as asserting the romantics' sense of "the power of
poetry over nature" (Words 69). ... over Nature, however, discounts the poem's
true dynamic, which does not rest solely on the dichotomy between singer and
|When we consider that, in our previous wordplay, the “scene” is named by a word |
that once meant a tent, then part of the ... Even our useful utensil, the word “word,”
constantly resounds—if one is not poetically deaf—with the struggle between two
... And this is itself a parable about all poetry, about why true poetry as opposed
to the rest of literature must be distinguished for its diachronic engagement.
|The story was found (I use the word " found " advisably, for Tennyson did not |
invent the plot), and in 1864 Enoch Arden appeared. In the nine ... I find in it," he
said, " almost every quality of the poet — true sympathy and all the rest. There is
|beyond the specific universe of the poem. ... from the rest of the song in general, |
the sestina through the rhyme-word scheme draws the tornada organically into
the rest of the poem. It also establishes precise relations between the tornada
and the lines of every other strophe. ... True, the recurrence of the rhyme-words,
even in an undetermined ordered and reduced expanse, indicates a sort of
|An even clearer relationship between the highly serious if mawkish "Somebody's |
Mother" and the poem "Somebody's Grandpa," ... and textual similarities between
the following sets of lines: Of the hurrying throng that pass'd that way Not a word
of ... Though in the Grandpa poem they are actively there to "scoff, jeer, and tease
," in the Mother poem they are like the rest of the throng and merely ignore her.
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