[lit-ideas] Re: Poeitic Power

  • From: "Lawrence Helm" <lawrencehelm@xxxxxxxxxxxx>
  • To: <lit-ideas@xxxxxxxxxxxxx>
  • Date: Thu, 15 Jun 2006 19:44:19 -0700

Do you write poetry?  Post some and we'll speculate.



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What does greater understanding of ourselves mean, and which poet
particularly has it?  Which writer for that matter?  John Berryman, Ernest
Hemingway, F.S. Fitzgerald?  T.S. Eliot?  Byron?  




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From: Lawrence <mailto:lawrencehelm@xxxxxxxxxxxx>  Helm 

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Subject: [lit-ideas] Poeitic Power



And to what extent does poietic power relate to the writing of poetry?  I
suspect Taylor would say that insofar as our poetry gives us greater
understanding of our selves, we may suspect that it may not be merely
descriptive but poietic as well.












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