“All the art of the poet is used to make the cadences of the language appropriate to the high seriousness of the thoughts expressed. That high dogma can be poetry is inconceivable to some, but there are plenty of examples–T.S. Eliot’s introduction to The Wasteland, for one” (Hughes Oliphant Old, The Reading and Preaching of the Scriptures, Vol. II, p. 271).
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