6 sept. 2007

If unhappy families are all unhappy in their own way, then shouldn't bad poetry be more interesting?

Or do we follow Pound who stated that mediocre poetry of whatever time and place resembled other mediocre poetry?

3 comentarios:

John dijo...

The form of mediocrity changes, but the underlying reasons for mediocrity stay the same. Mediocrity is stasis, whereas interest arises from dialectic.

Russians place Edgar Allen Poe on a pedestal for example of the relativity of contextual reading.

Emily Lloyd dijo...

Bad poetry would be more interesting if all bad poets (or poems) were bad in their own way, even.

John dijo...
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