But, My Dear Shelley

Auslander, Joseph
December 1923
New Republic;10/5/23, Vol. 37 Issue 470, p8
Presents opinion of the author on likes and dislikes about poetry. Information on the author considering himself a layman for poetry; Views of a person for whom poetry meant nothing; Importance of an idea in writing poetry; Attachment of emotions to the idea of poetry; Emphasis of religion on poetry; Development of poetry with different poets; Views of the author on importance of poetry than any poet.


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