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    This essay intends to respond to the statement "Poetry is a form of organised violence committed upon ordinary speech” through the use of poetry by William Carlos Williams, Ezra Pound and E.E.Cummings. Using the poems ‘The Red Wheelbarrow’ and the untitled poem ‘poem’ (Williams), ‘In a Station of the Metro’ (Pound) and the untitled poem ‘Poem, or Beauty hurts Mr. Vinal’ (Cummings), this essay will attempt to show that different styles and lengths of poetry, with different subject matter through

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    Artistic Voice

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    Artistic Voice Authors have a distinct identity that you recognize when you read their work of art. The qualities and aspects of a text that give an author a distinct identity as an artist are known as their artistic voice. Denise Levertov and Anne Sexton both use different themes in their poetry that separate them from other poets. Denise Levertov writes about the unknown and the unsaid in life. Anne Sexton distinguishes herself by writing about her family, loves, and her emotional tragedies

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    Marianne Moore's Life

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    Presbyterian minister. When he joined the Navy in 1918 Moore and her mother moved to Manhattan. It was at this time that she became friendly with other artists such as Alfred Kreymborg, photographer Alfred Stieglitz, poets Wallace Stevens and William Carlos Williams. H.D., T.S. Eliot, and Ezra Pound also esteemed her. In 1920 Moore’s work began to appear in the distinguished pro-modernist magazine, the Dial. From 1921 until 1925 Moore worked as an assistant in the Hudson Park branch of the... ..

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    William Carlos Williams

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    William Carlos Williams once said, “It is not what you say that matters, but the manner in which you say it.”(Examiner) This is a view he often incorporated into his poetry. Williams’ purpose through writing poetry was not to teach a moral, but to convey that simple things can be beautiful. Although many of Williams’ poems show this beauty in simplicity, a few good examples are The Red Wheel Barrow, The Great Figure, and Young Sycamore. William Carlos Williams was born in Rutherford, New Jersey

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    and Crake, A Rasin in the Sun, Invisible Man”, “Interpreter of Maladies”, “Owl Creek”, “A Very Old Man with Enormous Wings”, “The Lady with the Dog”, “A Pair of Tickets”, or “Shiloh”. More than likely I will not be able to recite the two William Carlos Williams poems I memorized “The Red Wheelbarrow” and “This is Just to Say” let alone my interpretation of them. However, I will remember the importance of being able to select words, to arrange them in the right way on paper, to convey an intellectual

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    The Evolution of Structure Throughout the years the structure and flow of poems have evolved along with the rest of the world. In beginning eras, such as the Victorian age, poems were inartistic, traditional, and very structured. The poems of this time period mirrored the style of dress and general atmosphere exhibited during this era. During the Victorian age people wore very fancy, intricate, and modest clothing. These trends matched the proper, structured, and grammatically correct characteristics

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    Ezra Pound's In a Station of the Metro Before this week, I had never read any poetry by Ezra Pound. I noticed immediately that many of the poems are very short. "In a Station of the Metro," for example, is two lines. In the essay "Imagism," the second rule of imagistes is said to be "to use absolutely no word that did not contribute to the presentation." I think this rule helps explain why some of Pound's poems are so short. Obeying the second rule of imagistes will be harder the longer the

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    Barbie Doll Analysis

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    Literature functions as a reflection of society and a creator of cultural ideas. Throughout the existence of the human race, literature has played a vital role in the distribution of ideas and as a way of communication. Literature can be used in many ways, whether it be to explain, persuade, or inform. As we take a look at the poems presented, we’re able to see a connection between all of them. I believe the poems speak of change, a majority of them seem to start with an innocent beginning that

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    1953, William Carlos Williams has rightfully earned his prominent spot in the literary world. He was born to immigrant parents, Puerto Rican native Raquel Helen Williams and English father, William George Williams. With William’s mixed ancestry and tightly bonded family, Williams grew up surrounded by a mixed ancestry of close relatives. One might think that being born to first generation immigrant William Carlos Williams lived an impoverished life, but that was not the case. Instead, Williams lived

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    award in 1953, William Carlos Williams has rightfully earned his prominent spot in the literary world. Williams was born on September 17th in 1883 in Rutherford, New Jersey to immigrant parents, Puerto Rican native Raquel Helen Williams and English father, William George Williams. With Williams mixed ancestry and tightly bonded family, Williams grew up surrounded by a mixed ancestry of close relatives. One might think that being born to first generation immigrant William Carlos Williams lived an impoverished

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