lunes, 11 de agosto de 2008

Cuaderno de lecturas: Contemporary Irish Poetry


"I take a rather common-sense view of poetry. I think that the poet is a sensitive instrument designed to record any which interests his mind or affects his emotions. If a gasometer, for instance, affects his emotions, or if the Marxian dialectic, let us say, interests his mind, then let them come into his poetry. He will be fulfilling his fuction as a poet if he records these things with integrity and with as much music as he can compass or as is appropriate to the subject".

(Louis McNeice)

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Nacho Montoto dijo...

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Bernier dijo...

Ojalá :-)