Robert Morgan Quotes

Robert Morgan Quotes: I tell students they will know they are getting somewhere when a scene is so painful they can just barely bring themselves to write about it. A writer has to draw blood.
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Robert Morgan Quote: Our most famous writers are Faulkner and Eudora Welty and Flannery O'Connor. It would make sense that the poetry would reflect some of those same values, some of the same techniques.
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Quotes about Robert Morgan: Part of what we love about poetry is the fact that it seems ancient, that it has an authority of ancient language and ancient form, and that it's timeless, that it reaches back.
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Quote about Robert Morgan: Young writers only take off when they find their subjects. Since almost everyone has a family and stories about family, that is often a place to start.
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Robert Morgan Sayings: In the late 60s and early 70s, I did get interested in voices, and in narration and embodying the voice, making the poem sound like a real person talking.
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Robert Morgan Saying: With prose you can incorporate more details, develop scenes, sustain the tension in a special way. Prose has its own speed.
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Sayings about Robert Morgan: Poetry, almost by definition, calls attention to its language and form.
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Saying about Robert Morgan: I have taught students from the New York City area so long I have a special affinity and rapport with them. It surprises me sometimes that there are students from anywhere else.
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Robert Morgan Quotes: The Language Poets are writing only about language itself. The Ashbery poets are writing only about poetry itself. That seems to me a kind of dead end.
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