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Passing Through: The Later poems, New and Selected |by Stanley Kunitz.. "The poem in the head is always perfect.Resistance begins when you try to convert it into language."

john berger: ways of seeing. a great book

What has happened to the lost art of memorising poetry? Why do we no longer feel that it is necessary to know the most enduring, beautiful poems in the English language 'by heart'? In his introduction Ted Hughes explains how we can overcome the problem by using a memory system that becomes easier the more frequently it is practised. The collected 101 poems are both personal favourites and particularly well-suited to the method Hughes demonstrates. Shakespeare, Keats, Auden, Heaney...

Le Diable au corps (The Devil in the Flesh).Raymond Radiguet

Poems that never grow old | Wichita Eagle