Scholarly writing and how to get it done. / And a workshop for my own ideas, scholarly and poetic
To begin a new project is to realize what one already knows about it (more than you think you do), as well as well as the overwhelming chall...
You really need to read D W Harding's Experience into Words. The last two chapters, Reader and Author, and The Hinterland of Thought. Harding was both a literary critic and a psychologist, and studied with Leavis. He's the starting point for a good deal of what I think today about "difficult" poetry.
I was trying to parody Bousoño's theory of lyrical expression. I'll check out the Harding too. Thanks
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