Sound and sense: an introduction to poetry

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Harcourt Brace Jovanovich, 1982 - Literary Criticism - 345 pages
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It is good every once in a while to read a text book, to stretch yourself beyond your usual comfortable limits, to give yourself homework. And, among all the books you are reading, to have a book of poetry to pop into now and then-- just to wake you from your drowsy comfort. Read full review

Review: Sound and Sense: An Introduction to Poetry

User Review  - Tamsin Barlow - Goodreads

It is good every once in a while to read a text book, to stretch yourself beyond your usual comfortable limits, to give yourself homework. And, among all the books you are reading, to have a book of poetry to pop into now and then-- just to wake you from your drowsy comfort. Read full review

Contents

What Is Poetry?
3
From the Book of Job Hast thou given the horse strength
16
Mari Evans When in Rome
27
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