It is the artist only who ever approaches to seeing Him face to face. He is eminently the advocate of sanity, of severe thought, of intelligence; and the critic of all those misty semi-emotional creeds which are never lacking in followers. I only wish to use the phrase figuratively,-a large symbol for a small thought.
Over the past two years the literary press has singled out several young poets with particular praise for their command of traditional technique.
The most regretful people on earth are those who felt the call to creative work, who felt their own creative power restive and uprising, and gave to it neither power nor time. One could virtually use Burn This to define the current mainstream of contemporary poetry dialectically through its opposites, so consistently antithetical is its approach from contemporary practice.
If not-if you are not equal to this sacrifice-you may as well skip "The Poetry of Barbarism," for if you are not made wholesomely uncomfortable you will be made unwholesomely annoyed. Disch has not only a first-class mind but also a highly original Our life in poetry selected essays and reviews.
It is very sobering certainly, but just a little depressing; and while I should cheerfully recommend it to the frivolous and self-satisfied, I am conscious of preferring a slightly higher temperature than that which prevails in the environs of Boston.
Folks, I love nature, but I love it the way E. But I do not mean to be theological, nor even literal. And each vision is only tentative, only temporary, and may be corrected by another artist with a clearer eye; but little by little, age after age the image grows, the Likeness is perfected, and we begin to see the Face as it really is.
Poetry may prosper in an atmosphere of dark and subjective innocence, but verse needs the informed perspective of maturity. I learned from Whitman that the poem is a temple-or a green field-a place to enter, and in which to feel. The most unusual of the younger formal poets is probably Tom Disch, whose third and best collection, Burn This, has just appeared in London.
Damn, would you just look at that view?! On the whole, I believe I am most grateful to Mr. Lewis enjoyed debate; reference to An Experiment in Criticism xii—xiii: There is real paraphrasable substance in these poems, and the flow of ideas is never predictable.
Chaucer adds a clear moral in stanzas 34—37 connected to the Epithalamium and the irresistibility of Love ; 5.
The overall structure of the volume is no less lucid then the style of its individual poems. If he were forced to fulfil at the Day of Judgment the requirements of the Turkish fable, which says that every artist at his last account must supply soul to all his characters, he would be in a sorry case.
To be plain, there is in the face of Man from the Man with the hoe to the Man with the halo not one look, but many. Once I put my face against the body of our cat as she lay with her kittens, and she did not seem to mind.
Already his conclusions in this chapter have aroused not a little excitement among the faithful followers of Whitmam and Browning. It may even be said that we associate the idea of manhood with the idea of aggressive power more than with the idea of any other power.
Some notion of the scope of the work may be had from the preface, where the writer points out that his leading idea is "that religion and poetry are identical in essence, and differ merely in the way in which they are attached to practical affairs.
Considering the sort of critical writing we are accustomed to in current literature, the inane and false and hurried judgements that prevail on every hand, one must admit that a good deal of Mr.
I am humbled by her gift, grateful for the way she opens the door to her temple for all of us. The idea that a Puritan was a repressed and repressive person would have astonished Sir Thomas More and Luther about equally"; "Puritan theology, so far from being grim and gloomy, seemed to More to err in the direction of fantastic optimism" — Its quiet, unaffected radiance of thought, and its limpid Horation manner were most notable.
Indeed, I see no way of honestly avoiding his main conclusions. Johnson and Grierson If the world, in the form Of critic or poet, asks who we are And why our wages are higher than his If they areanswer his question politely And say we are tailors who fit out the minds Of paying multitudes eager to wear Whatever our beloved emperor appeared in Yesterday.
I was so used to reading her spare poems, I was not sure I could make the switch to prose. But it is of supreme importance that he should draw the Likeness, in every line he makes, truly and faithfully as he believes It to be.
Wyatt is "a Donne with most of the genius left out"; "Dante. And then, after all, comes the next question, "Which are the most beautiful faces? Most of his poems fall into traditional forms and genres, not the preferred nonce forms of contemporary poetics when he does adopt the forms of contemporary poetry, it is almost always for parody.
Surely that describes self actualization. As soon as I finished the last chapter, I turned right back to the first one.
Genre writers with serious ambitions are viewed with extreme suspicion and condescension by the literary establishment. It is a suggestive idea for ourselves; and every artist knows within himself more or less clearly what his idea of the Face is.
Reading makes me want to disappear into nature for awhile.Get this from a library! Selected essays and reviews. [Hayden Carruth] -- Essays written over the course of nearly fifty years by one of the most independent and insightful reviewers of American poetry.
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