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My confidence that the genetic method is the natural way of approaching the subject has been shared by many lovers of poetry. I have allotted little or no space to the specific discussion of epic and drama, as these types are adequately treated in many books. Our own generation is peculiarly attracted by various forms of the lyric, and in Part Two I have devoted especial attention to that field.
I have therefore ventured, in the Notes and Illustrations and Appendix, to suggest some methods and material for the use of students.
I wish to express my obligations to Professor R. His views of metre have probably influenced mine even more than I am aware.
The last decade, which has witnessed such an extraordinary revival of interest in poetry, has produced many valuable contributions to poetic theory. Attention is called, in the Notes and Bibliography, to many other recent books on the subject.
Cook of Yale and F. Snyder of Northwestern University have been kind enough to read in manuscript certain chapters of this book, and Dr.
Baum of Harvard has assisted me most courteously. I am indebted to several fellow-writers for their consent to the use of extracts from their books, particularly to Brander Matthews for a passage from These Many Years and to Henry Osborn Taylor for a passage from his Classical Heritage of the Middle Ages.
I am sitting at my desk, wondering how to begin the first chapter of this book about poetry. But I find myself dropping the procrastinating pen, and murmuring some of the lines: Lip to lip, breast to breast, hark!
No more weeping, but laughter!
Why do you not write an opening paragraph, for better for worse, instead of looking out of the window and quoting Katharine Tynan?
And then it flashes over me, in lieu of answer, that I have just discovered one way of beginning the chapter, after all! For what I should like to do in this book is to set forth in decent prose some of the strange potencies of verse: Poetry does all this, assuredly.
That is our problem. But the past of poetry is immense also: At a period earlier than any recorded history, poetry seems to have occupied the attention of men, and some of the finest spirits in every race that has attained to civilization have devoted themselves to its production, or at least given themselves freely to the enjoyment of reciting and reading verse, and of meditating upon its significance.
A consciousness of this rich human background should accompany each new endeavor to examine the facts about poetry and to determine its essential nature.
The facts are indeed somewhat complicated, and the nature of poetry, in certain aspects of it, at least, will remain as always a mystery. Yet in that very complication and touch of mystery there is a fascination which has laid its spell upon countless generations of men, and which has been deepened rather than destroyed by the advance of science and the results of scholarship.
The study of folklore and comparative literature has helped to explain some of the secrets of poetry; the psychological laboratory, the history of criticism, the investigation of linguistics, the modern developments in music and the other arts, have all contributed something to our intelligent enjoyment of the art of poetry and to our sense of its importance in the life of humanity.
There is no field of inquiry where the interrelations of knowledge are more acutely to be perceived. The beginner in the study of poetry may at once comfort himself and increase his zest by remembering that any real training which he has already had in scientific observation, in the habit of analysis, in the study of races and historic periods, in the use of languages, in the practice or interpretation of any of the fine arts, or even in any bodily exercise that has developed his sense of rhythm, will be of ascertainable value to him in this new study.
But before attempting to apply his specific knowledge or aptitude to the new field for investigation, he should be made aware of some of the wider questions which the study of poetry involves.
The first of these questions has to do with the relations of the study of poetry to the general field of Aesthetics. The Study of Poetry and the Study of Aesthetics The Greeks invented a convenient word to describe the study of poetry: For the Greeks assumed, as we do, that poetry is an art: But as soon as they began to inquire into the particular kind of emotion which is utilized in poetry and the various rhythmical arrangements employed by poets, they found themselves compelled to ask further questions.
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