On the poet and his craft : selected prose of Theodore Roethke / edited with an introduction by Ralph J. Mills, Jr.

Seattle, WA : University of Washington Press, 1965.

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Subjects Gedichten.
Description xvi, 154 pages ; 21 cm
Copyright Date 1965.
Summary Overview: "One of the virtues of good poetry is the fact that it irritates the mediocre." Theodore Roethke was one of the most famous and outspoken poets and poetry teachers this country has ever known. In this volume of selected prose, Roethke articulates his commitments to imaginative possibilities, offers tender advice to young writers, and zings darts at stuffed shirts, lightweights and fools.
Contents Introduction -- Part 1: -- Some self-analysis -- American poet introduces himself and his poems -- Theodore Roethke -- On identity -- Part 2: -- Verse in rehearsal -- Open letter -- Teaching poet -- Word to the instructor -- Theodore Roethke writes -- How to write like somebody else -- Some remarks on rhythm -- Part 3: -- One ring-tailed roarer to another -- Dylan Thomas: elegy -- Richard Selig -- Last class -- Part 4: -- Reviews -- Five American poets -- Poetry of Louise Bogan -- Epilogue: -- Tirade turning.
Network Numbers (OCoLC)330704
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WorldCat Identities Roethke, Theodore, 1908-1963.
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