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Old 01.09.2007, 04:19 PM   #32
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Originally Posted by James Blonde
James Blonde believes poetry should be written how the poet wants, there can't be any restrictions, it's up to readers whether to like it or not.

oh on this i should add-- paz himself wrote treatises/theories on poetics, hence he opened himself to criticism in this regard, especially when he denied other poets (via his theories) the freedom to write how they wished to write.
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