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The poet's craft : a course in the critical appreciation of poetry, based on the study of holograph manuscripts, earlier and later versions of printed poems, transpositions of prose into verse, and contrasted translations. With a selection of unsigned poems and passages for appreciation.

Author: A F Scott
Publisher: New York : Dover, 1967, ©1957.
Series: Dover books on literature, literary history, criticism, T1591
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Scott, A.F. (Arthur Finley).
Poet's craft.
New York : Dover, 1967, ©1957
(OCoLC)894774001
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: A F Scott
OCLC Number: 316818419
Description: xi, 223 pages, [1] pages : facsimiles ; 22 cm.
Series Title: Dover books on literature, literary history, criticism, T1591

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