Conclusion: the Legendary Rite — Writing and Tragedy
Pound always desired to arouse strong feelings, to awake passions and interests, which at times find a better expression in vocal criticism than in the cautious selection of the more palatable poetic translucencies which many prefer to make in order to avoid being swept along by too chaotic a flux of images, quotations, diatribes.
KeywordsDust Depression Amid Coherence Assure
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