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The frenzied poets
Oleg A. Maslenikov
Bibliography: p. 225-230.
|Statement||by Oleg A. Maslenikov.|
|LC Classifications||PG3065.S8 M3|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||x, 234 p.|
|Number of Pages||234|
|LC Control Number||52008224|
We Begin in Gladness is well worth reading for its celebration of the art, and for placing poetry as a necessity in today's frenzied society—where dystopian fiction sells well, and too few people take time to read. Teicher's examination of poets' artistic maturation is an engaging topic. If his conclusions are informed by his own taste, we can appreciate him as a generous guide through his 3/4(7). What Dead Poets Society, and the vision of creative writing that emerged in its wake, offered was a simplified, fairground version of the act of reading and .
Eryn Green, a doctoral candidate at the University of Denver, has joined Adrienne Rich, John Ashbery, W.S. Merwin and Jack Gilbert on the illustrious list of winners of the Yale Series of Younger Poets prize, the nation’s oldest annual literary award. The prize, established in , is given for an unpublished manuscript by an American citizen under 40 who has not yet published a full book. Part guidebook for emerging poets and part homage to a wide range of major poets, Teicher’s We Begin in Gladness: How Poets Progress is one of the most enjoyable books about poetry I have obvious love of poetry infuses the book with the 'grace, certainty, power, and humility' he so admires in one of his literary heroines, Lucille Clifton.
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