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By permission of October House, Inc. and Faber and Faber, Ltd. Copyright ©
1965 by George Barker. Robert Bridges, "Cheddar Pinks," "I Praise the Tender
Flower," and "Wintry Delights" from Poetical Works of Robert Bridges. By
permission of ...
Copyright 1958 by Donald Hall. By permission of The Viking Press, Inc. and
Curtis Brown, Ltd. Thomas Hardy, "The Darkling Thrush" and "The Man He Killed"
from The Collected Poems of Thomas Hardy. By permission of The Macmillan ...
Copyright 1926, 1954 by Ezra Pound. By permission of New Directions and
Arthur V. Moore, literary agent for Ezra Pound. Henry Reed, "Lessons of the War:
Naming of Parts" from A Map of Verona. By permission of Harcourt, Brace &
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LibraryThing ReviewUser Review - rooze - LibraryThing
This is, indeed, an authoritative guide to meter and form. However, Fussell's arrogance had me running to other equally authoritative yet substantially less elitist sources. Try Mary Oliver's Rules of the Dance or Stephen Fry's The Ode Less Travelled instead. Read full review
LibraryThing ReviewUser Review - michaelm42071 - LibraryThing
This is not the first book to read on the subject of how form assists meaning in poetry; for that I would go back to John Ciardi’s How Does a Poem Mean? But Fussell’s book is a good, succinct one for ... Read full review
The Nature of Meter
The Technique of Scansion
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