Louise Bogan | Criticism

This literature criticism consists of approximately 4 pages of analysis & critique of Louise Bogan.
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SOURCE: "The Flame in Stone," in Poetry, Vol. L, No. 3, June, 1937, pp. 158–61.

Ford was an English literary figure who played an important role in the development of twentieth-century Realistic and Modernist literature and art. In 1908 he founded the English Review, a periodical generally considered the finest literary journal of its day during Ford's brief tenure as editor. Ford later established the Transatlantic Review and produced such works as The Good Soldier (1915) and the tetralogy Parade's End (1924–28)—novels concerned with the social, political, and moral decline of Western civilization. In the following review, he states that he intuitively senses Bogan's verse to be authentic

There is one word singularly useful that will one day no doubt be worn out. But that day I hope is not yet. It is the word "authentic." It expresses the feeling that one has at seeing something intimately sympathetic and satisfactory. I had the...

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