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W. ” or proves that there really was a “Dark Lady” in Shakespeare’s actual life, these facts about the poet will not settle the interpretation of the poetry of the Sonnets. Since the shorter poetic forms are even more dependent than drama and narrative on nuances of style, it is very diﬀicult to get any sense of the power and beauty of translated lyrics, epigrams, or satires. A few poets are so critical to understanding the development of Western cul43 R. V. Young ture, not to say literature, that they must be known, even if only in translation.
Pope’s work has more in common with the poetry of wit of the sixteenth and seventeenth centuries than with the cool skepticism of a Voltaire or Diderot. It is not surprising, therefore, that Pope eschewed the symmetrical formalism of French gardens at his Twickenham estate in favor of the “natural” garden that foreshadowed Romanticism. 34 A Student’s Guide to Literature in prose, which reﬂects the mischievous, satirical side of humanist learning also seen in Desiderius Erasmus’s Praise of Folly and Thomas More’s Utopia.
2. Wordsworth, “Preface” to Lyrical Ballads (1800), in Wordsworth: Poetical Works, ed. Thomas Hutchison (London: Oxford Univeristy Press, 1969), 737. 3. René Wellek and Austin Warren, Theory of Literature, 3rd ed. (New York: Harcourt, Brace & World, 1962), 142-57. 4. There are, to be sure, twentieth-century poems that are quite long, but no one, I think, has ever found a coherent story in Ezra Pound’s Cantos or David Jones’s Anathémata. 5. An Apologie for Poetrie, in Elizabethan Critical Essays, ed.
A Student's Guide to Literature (ISI Guides to the Major Disciplines) by R.V. Young