Sonnets for a City on a Hill

Paul Scott Derrick

Abstract


One factor – one among many – that lends a work of art dynamism and interest is tension. Both the making and the reading of poems can be thought of as dynamic processes. Processes that begin with the gradual discovery of their own obstacles and, in finding satisfactory ways to overcome them, achieve completion by integrating resolved conflicts into an expanded field of understanding.


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DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.5463/ejlw.1.14

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