ARCHIBALD MACLEISH ARS POETICA PDF

The poet has chosen to divide the poem up further by placing a delineating mark after every eight lines, or four couplets. One of the first elements of this piece that is important to understand is the title. Throughout this piece the poet will define what it is that makes a successful and meaningful poem. He will move through various attributes a poem can have and determine their relevance to truly great work.

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Reprinted with the permission of Houghton Mifflin Company. All rights reserved. I praise the fall: it is the human season. Now No To the others, it was like, I suppose, something else. In other words, we let everybody find her own figure of speech. Not that it—speech—lay thick on the The heart, the surgeon says, does not reveal the small rifts, the hairline cracks which split the hairline cracks they conceal cops and robbers in a stretch of skin flaunting star-scars with show of blood bone the ledges of what it holds tight in checkmate moves I like the lady horses best, how they make it all look easy, like running 40 miles per hour is as fun as taking a nap, or grass.

I like their lady horse swagger, after winning. Ears up, girls, ears up! Ars Poetica Twitter Facebook Print. After college, he enrolled at Harvard Law School, but he put his studies on hold to become first an ambulance driver and later a captain of artillery during World War I. He graduated from Harvard in He received numerous fellowships, grants, honorary degrees, and awards.

He won three Pulitzer Prizes, including one for his verse drama, J. See More By This Poet. The Heart Shows No Signs The heart, the surgeon says, does not reveal the small rifts, the hairline cracks which split the hairline cracks they conceal cops and robbers in a stretch of skin flaunting star-scars with show of blood bone the ledges of what it holds tight in checkmate moves How to Triumph Like a Girl I like the lady horses best, how they make it all look easy, like running 40 miles per hour is as fun as taking a nap, or grass.

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Ars Poetica

It describes the qualities a poem should have if it is to stand as a work of art. MacLeish wrote it in and published it in In other words, in "Ars Poetica," we are privileged to behold the strange phenomenon of didacticism in the guise of ars gratia artis. Structure and Content. MacLeish divides the poem into three eight-line sections, each explaining what a poem "should be. The second section compares a poem to the moon.

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Ars Poetica (Archibald MacLeish)

Reprinted with the permission of Houghton Mifflin Company. All rights reserved. I praise the fall: it is the human season. Now No To the others, it was like, I suppose, something else. In other words, we let everybody find her own figure of speech.

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Ars Poetica Summary

A poem should be palpable and mute As a globed fruit,. Dumb As old medallions to the thumb,. Silent as the sleeve-worn stone Of casement ledges where the moss has grown—. A poem should be wordless As the flight of birds.

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