The Complete Idiot's Guide to Writing Poetry
Penguin, 1 апр. 2001 г. - Всего страниц: 368
You're no idiot, of course. You've read poetry that has touched your heart, and you'd like to improve your own writing technique. But even though you have loads of inspiration, you're discovering that good instruction can be as elusive as a good metaphor.
You'll also find a chapter of original exercises from poets who teach, as well as a short course in appreciating poetry. Finally, a Frequently Asked ...
... and their publishers for permission to use their original work: Chapter 1: AMERICAN POETRY © Louis Simpson, reprinted with permission from the author.
... the product being far more powerful than the original substance. For example, a fourteen-line poem may indicate the beginning, middle, and end of a long ...
Poets are inventive folks, always looking for an original word or phrase. What better way than to invent words themselves? Shakespeare is credited with ...
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What Poetry Is Made
The Poetic Process
Repetition Repetition Repetition
The Sound of Music
More Fun Forms
Poetry and Practicality
Avoiding Poetry Pitfalls
Revision Revision Revision
Reading Your Poetry in Public
Workshops Colonies Conferences
Beating Writers Block
Popular Types of Poems and How to Write Them
Love and the Great Beyond
Persona Poems and Letter Poems
List Poems and Rituals
Some Fun Fixed Forms
Poetry Appreciation 101
Most Frequently Asked Questions
Appendix A Glossary of Poetic Terms
Appendix B Resources