Could someone please put Gene Fowler in perspective in relation to those
Yes all this is way beyond me but I did google some of the words & found
Fowler & his Waking the Poet and Creating Place. Is he bouncing off
Pound with those ideas?
Alison Croggon wrote:
>Just for the record, in case some list members need their memories
>refreshed: melopoeaia is part of Pound's poetic theorising - melopoeaia is
>poetry that invokes "emotional correlations by the sound and rhythm of the
>speech", and there's phanopaeia (image making) and logopaeia (using a group
>of words), all means of charging poetry with meaning.