How Love Poems Work

How Love Poems Work

How Love Poems Work

Sandra Roe

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Editorial:
Sandra Roe
Año de edición:
2020
ISBN:
9780648823100
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Feel a tingle of recognition for a great song or stanza, but can’t pinpoint the appeal? Learn to identify how and why poetry sparks powerful responses. Do you have burning questions about the allure of romantic compositions? Wondering where that thrill comes from while reading tender sonnets? Struggling to express why you personally connect to a moving work? With a BA Honors degree in English Literature, published author Sandra Roe has spent many years immersing herself in this highly intimate medium as a teacher, journalist, and librarian. Now she’s here to share with you how poetic masterminds skillfully shape metaphor, imagery, and rhythm to give loving passion and power to the written word. How Love Poems Work: from William Shakespeare to Bob Dylan is an eloquent exploration of why you find yourself falling for the emotional expressions of your favorite wordsmiths. Beginning with the famous Sixteenth-Century dramatist and concluding with the present-day songwriter, this insightful inspection travels through the development of early renderings to break down the ideas behind each masterpiece. By studying these carefully selected examples, you’ll enjoy a closer connection to the world around you, and a profound understanding of how this stirring art form reflects your everyday life. In How Love Poems Work, you’ll discover:- The historical and cultural backgrounds of each artist so you can easily comprehend how their time periods molded language into art- Deeper self-knowledge about why you appreciate specific pieces for those wonderful 'aha moments'- Ways that prosaic verse can be transformative to help you tap into your own essence- Reasons why this literary ode to amour strikes so deeply, and how it can expand your perceptions- All the different meanings hidden within the context of each composition, and much, much more! How Love Poems Work is an engaging discussion capturing the charm of meaningful works and beautiful, emotionally charged text. If you like insights into much-admired writers, discovering how culture crafts creative genius, and improving your personal experience, then you’ll adore Sandra Roe’s thoughtful valentine to the greatest lyricists. Buy How Love Poems Work to become enraptured today!  

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