Differences Between the 3 Poets and why Wordsworth Should Get the Award (Letter)

Differences Between - Silver Strobe Award Dear members of the Silver Strobe Committee We want to choose the best texts to present to Loy Norrix

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Unformatted text preview: Silver Strobe Award Dear members of the Silver Strobe Committee, We want to choose the best texts to present to Loy Norrix Students and I am here to make that happen. Plato’s Book X of The Republic , Wordsworth’s preface to The Lyrical Ballads , and Heaney’s Crediting Poetry are the texts nominated for the Silver Strobe Award. From these three finalists, I am here to encourage you that the Silver Strobe Award should go to Wordsworth because he brings pleasure to other people and makes them feel passionate through his thoughts of poetry. According to Wordsworth, poetry should relate to the common man's thoughts and feelings. Poetry brings emotions closer to the person whose feelings the poem describes. Good poetry makes the readers feel all sorts of emotions. Poets are meant to express their thoughts and feelings by communicating strong and powerful messages through writing poems. Wordsworth holds that poetry should always be truthful. Plato should not win the Silver Strobe Award because holds that poetry should always be truthful....
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This note was uploaded on 12/13/2010 for the course ENGL 30322 taught by Professor Pankop during the Spring '10 term at Eastern Michigan University.

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Differences Between - Silver Strobe Award Dear members of the Silver Strobe Committee We want to choose the best texts to present to Loy Norrix

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