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12 July 2016 @ 06:32 am
Ridiculous over preachy  
R. A. MacAvoy on poetry and song:
I don’t think that, prior to the wide use of the printing press, there was any distinction between poetry and song. It was only when a person could buy an edition of someone’s poems, and read them – not knowing at all how the writer had meant them to sound aloud – that a branch of poetry that consisted of interesting mind pictures could exist.
Thanx to File 770
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