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write a comparison-contrast response comparing one of the poems to the work of art that inspired it. What details about the work o

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write a comparison-contrast response comparing one of the poems to the work of art that inspired it. What details about the work of art does the poet emphasize? Which does the poet downplay or ignore?

Ars Poetica by Archibald Macleish

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Please read “Ars Poetica” by Archibald Macleish, “Ode to a Grecian Urn” by John Keats, and “Musee des Beaux Arts” by W.H. Auden, and review the poems and pieces of art in “Poetry Sampler: Poetry and Art”. In at least 500 words, write a comparison-contrast response comparing one of the poems to the work of art that inspired it. What details about the work of art does the poet emphasize? Which does the poet downplay or ignore?

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YourFirstName YourLastName Instructor`s Name Course Title 31 July 2014Ars Poetica" by Archibald MacleishArs Poetica is a Latin lyrical poem wrote in 1925 and which was later to be published a year later. It has a total of 24 lines. This poem tries to describe some of the best qualities that a good poem should have to stand the threshold of the benchmark of the works of any piece of art. The poem is set to allure and captivate the readers with the same insights as those of the masterly sculpture or paintings. The poem tries to employ imagery in a bid to simplify and relay the intended message. In this regard, the poem tries to convey every little detail of the poet in an open and very naked manner. The poem being in three sections has each section explaining what an ideal poem should be. The first section relates a poem to some familiar sights, that is, old medallions, flight of birds and fruits among others. The second one relates it to the ...

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