The Next Stage in Poetry

Bowra, Maurice
November 1946
New Republic;11/25/46, Vol. 115 Issue 21, p697
Focuses on the experiment by poets in Europe to bring poetry closer to its real self and to make it more vivid, intense and contemporary. Discussion of the style of poems written by Paul Eluard; Poems on war written by Soviet Union poet, Boris Pasternak; Elements of Modernism depicted in poems of Rafael Alberti.


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