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Poetry From Chaucer to Pope

I.A. Khan (Editor)
Synopsis Chaucer is the poet who is a bridge between the dark ages and the light ages of the Renaissance and modernity. He voices in his poetry all those problems which haunt the modern society--the problem of corruption and the ways of the world. It is with Chaucer that there comes an end of the old period and the great literature of the modern England begins. He becomes the herald of the new time. In going through The Prologue to the Canterbury Tales we come across a group of characters that are present in modern society. Poetry, according to Pope, should be clear and lucid, and should be free from vagueness, obscurity and looseness. This is the first feature of Pope's poetry. The second feature of his poetry, and of all good poetry, according to Pope, is conformity to the rules of the ancients.
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Bibliographic information

Title Poetry From Chaucer to Pope
Author I.A. Khan
Format Hardcover
Date published: 31.12.2008
Edition 1st ed.
Publisher Omega Publications
Language: English
isbn 8184550948
length viii+304p