The Poetry of John Fuller

May 1977
New Republic;5/28/77, Vol. 176 Issue 22, p32
The article focuses on the poetry of John Fuller and the influences of other poets, including Sidney and Donne, on his work. The author cites the poem "The Labours of Hercules." The article discusses the technical aspects of Fuller's poetry, the changes to his poetry over time, and the volume of poems that he wrote.


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