Rago, Henry
May 1962
New Republic;5/21/62, Vol. 146 Issue 21, p25
Presents the views of several authors on the importance and meaning of poetry. T. S. Eliot; Archibald MacLeish; William Carlos Williams; Stephen Spender; Vernon Watkins.


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