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Georgian poetry.

an introduction

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If I should die, think only this of me: That there's some corner of a foreign field That is for ever England.

He is known mainly for his oriental play Hassan which is full of melodious and enjoyable lyrics. Georgian poetry is a time-tested tradition, Georgian poetry. is both a blessing and a curse. This golden journey, as Ezra Pound remarked, took place merely on paper, yet Flecker still enjoys a popularity that most other Georgians have lacked or lost though his name is not as well known in the popular literary tradition as Rupert Brooke. The name of Edward Marsh is important as he was the editor of the five anthologies, Georgian poetry.

entitled Georgian Poetry, which appeared successively from 1912 to 1922.

The Georgian Poets and The War Poets

Poets became war correspondents of feeling and suffering rather than celebrants of glory, honour, patria and remembrance. By 1900 a definite reaction from the Decadent poetry of the nineties had begun. In the preface to the anthology, "Some Imagist Poets" 1916there is set down a brief list of tenets to which the poets contributing to it mutually agreed: 1. Night recited a prayer — the night was calm, Dew on the grass lamented the coming dawn. xxxxxxxxxVirtues of national identity and moral responsibilities.

Flecker attended Trinity College Oxford and also Caius College Cambridge where he studied Arabic, Persian and Turkish before joining the Georgian poetry. service. Edward Marsh was the general editor of the series and the centre of the circle of Georgian poets which included Rupert Brook. To use the language of common speech, but to employ always the exact word, not the nearly-exact, nor the merely decorative word.

Many of the poets in this group tended to portray the quiet countryside. Lawrence in Lawrence of Arabia: a biographical inquiry 1955 as a charlatan. Their blind eyes see not your tears Georgian poetry. Those patriots who have gone before and the country itself require the young children of the morning to go to the ends of the earth in Imperial service. A war poem represents the partial victory of unholy joy over shame. We are not a school of painters, but we believe that poetry should render particulars exactly and not deal in vague generalities, however magnificent and sonorous.

I saw people bathing in money and bathing in shit. People in the dark - looking toward the light with beseeching eyes. People in the light - with shadows of their elongated bodies.