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ENGC15 5

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Department
English
Course
ENGC15H3
Professor
Pouneh Saeedi
Semester
Winter

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ENGC15 5 Blackmur  The special diction used in the context of the poem don’t work together  All of these words have a sort of obscurity associated with it o Different types of obscurity:  Tries to clarify it in his terms  Compares Stevens with Eliot and Pound  At first, the level of trope, the way they use images (p. 126)  Pound: his difficulties are historical and cultural references  Eliot: you’ve got to understand the ideas behind the references  Stevens: the obscurities are the words themselves that are seemingly impenetrable o A good poet would utilize the ambiguity of words, sometimes he means to be obscure Lentricchia  We can use analysis to discount, as a means to an end to something better o You go through analysis of the poem, and then you see go back to the poem and see it a
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