In a way you can feel that the poet actually is looking over your shoulder, and you say to yourself, now, how would this go for him? Would this do or not?
More Quotes from Robert Fitzgerald:Now, the language that had grown up and formed itself on those principles is what one is dealing with, and the problem is to bring a work of art in that medium into another medium formed on different principles and heard and understood in a different way.
I think there are perhaps two ways in which one can begin.
In fact, eloquence in English will inevitably make use of the Latin element in our vocabulary.
I think that everyone who took part has always been grateful for it.
There must of course be a relationship between translating and making poems of your own, but what it is I just don't know.
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