1887

n English in Africa - Postscript

Volume 40, Issue 3
  • ISSN : 0376-8902
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Abstract

Among the Sixties phenomena was a resurgence of public interest in poetry which eventually reached even these iconoclastic shores. Inevitably much chaff was produced along with the wheat, even by good poets. (There is probably a fixed ratio that applies here - Keats in his produced but six good poems, or one per two months; Cavafy, who lived a long time, two or three per year.)

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