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I urge students, who may have been reading Ezra Pound and T. Retrieved February 2, Both poems play with the idea of a rational, civilized soul confronting something non-rational and powerful. They argued that his failure proved it was impossible to write a poem that was both socially engaged and aesthetically satisfying. To Harriet Monroe, he described his theory of the logic of metaphor as distinct from pure logic, arguing that he was "more interested in the so-called illogical impingements of the connotations of words on the consciousness and their combinations and interplay in metaphor on this basis than I am interested in the preservation of their logically rigid significations at the cost of limiting my subject matter and perceptions involved in the poem.

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He believed the latter to be "the last great poet that our civilisation will see".

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Poem of the week: Voyages

Years of drink had almost certainly ravaged his physical condition, undermining his ability to control his mental stability. Now, inhe was told by Eda Lou Walton, he was being included in her New York University course in contemporary poetry. Voyages, V Meticulous, past midnight in clear rime Infrangible and lonely, smooth as though cast Together in one merciless white blade — The bay estuaries fleck the hard sky limits. Major themes developed in the early lyric poems and carried through The Bridge and to the last poem he wrote, "The Broken Tower," include the artist as an outcast in the modern industrialized and urbanized world, Crane's need nonetheless to find ways to celebrate the modern world and to articulate an affirmative myth of America, the search to discover in the present the positive values of the American past, Crane's deepening despair over the possibilities of accomplishing such a bold program, and finally the lifelong effort to find a means of expressing his homosexuality, of masking it, of making it viable and meaningful both for himself and for his audience. These tiny Mexican mosquitoes are like lost souls looking for blood among the white visitors in their own land. The design of the whole poem eluded him. As with Eliot's " objective correlative ," a certain vocabulary haunts Crane criticism, his "logic of metaphor" being perhaps the most vexed.

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Thomas Lux offered, for instance: But having thoroughly internalized all the reasons why a modern epic is impossible, Crane shortly thereafter began to write, with a fluency that was entirely new to him, the poems that would together make up more than two-thirds of The Bridge. To Harriet Monroe, he described his theory of the logic of metaphor as distinct from pure logic, arguing that he was "more interested in the so-called illogical impingements of the connotations of words on the consciousness and their combinations and interplay in metaphor on this basis than I am interested in the preservation of their logically rigid significations at the cost of limiting my subject matter and perceptions involved in the poem. Orizaba somewhere off the Florida coast just before noon on April 26, After the brilliant and disturbing visionary flights "all the argosy of your bright hair"the final weary pleasure in relinquishing desire might, at least with hindsight, be read as a death-wish.

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