The Vintage Book of Contemporary American Poetry Setting & Symbolism

J. D. Mcclatchy
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Cities/Townsappears in Various poems

Various cities and towns are used as the focal point of or location for a poet's story and thoughts.

Nature/The Wildernessappears in Various poems

Various places in nature and the wilderness are used as the focal point of or location for a poet's story and thoughts.

The Human Mindappears in Various poems

The human mind is explored by several poets to help them better understand humanity.

Fantasy/The Imaginationappears in Various poems

Several poems travel into the poet's imagination to tell a story or share thoughts and ideas.

War-Torn Countriesappears in Various poems

Several poets use their experiences in war-torn countries as the subject-matter for their poetry.

The Pastappears in Various poems

Several poets focus on the past to help deal with challenges in their lives or to help understand the present and future.

Times of the Dayappears in Various poems

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