The subversive poetry of Frost and Pound

husayn697
husayn697
Jan 8, 2012, 5:17 PM |
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 In "A Dream Pang" where Robert Frost says, "I had withdrawn to the forest," the literary finger points directly at Ezra Pound's poetic perspective that excludes discussion of the issues of justice and injustice in favour of a cruel monism that precludes any place in Western civilization for enshrining a right in opposition to a wrong. This is outright oriental absraction born of its sister, cubism, creates out of thin air a monistic context that allows monstrosities to thrive to the harm of the greater polis. I swear by the eternal rule of Justice that these poets, imagismists, and cubists will be sooner or later exposed for what they are!