Disruption, Hesitation, Silence

Gluck, Louise
September 1993
American Poetry Review;Sep/Oct93, Vol. 22 Issue 5, p30
Poetry Review
Discounts the issue of information as making a poem richer and debates that suggestion, the unsaid, the eloquent and deliberate silence are what makes a poem more powerful. Analysis of lyric poems; Idea of form; Danger of the expansive poem.


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