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Fenton, James

An introduction to english poetry

The pleasures of his own verse can be found in abundance here: economy, a natural ease, and most of all, surprise. What is English poetry? Fenton argues that it includes any recited words in English that marshallrhythm for their meaning -among them prisoners´work songs, Broadway show tunes, and the cries of street vendors. From these beginnings, Fenton describes the rudiments of -and the inspiration for- the musical verse we find in books, and concludes with an illuminating discussion of operas and songs. Fenton illustrate his comments with verse from all over the English-speaking world.

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