It's Not a Test

Kasischke, Laura
April 2015
O, The Oprah Magazine;Apr2015, p87
The article offers author's insights on how to appreciate poetry through understanding it through various aspects such as feeling, sounds and awakening experiences without focusing on the meaning of the expressed language.


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