The Triggering Town: Lectures and Essays on Poetry and Writing Setting & Symbolism

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The Triggering Subject

This is the subject a poet should use to start his poem. The poet should never feel compelled to stay on this subject throughout the poem but should instead use it merely as a creative starting place.

The Triggering Town

This triggering town also gives a writer a jumping off place for their writing. Though this town may be like the poet's hometown, it shouldn't be their actual hometown since there are too many personal memories and experiences associated with the hometown.

A Number 2 Pencil

This is the writing utensil Hugo recommends for his students to use when writing poetry.

National 43-581

This is the type and number of the writing tablets Hugo recommends. He warns against using unlined paper of even white paper as both these types of paper may inhibit the writing process.

The Field Outside Spinazzola

According to a psychoanalyst this is...

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