Edwin Marlington Robinson Research Paper

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Edwin Arlington Robinson was a prominent American poet. He disapproved the twentieth century’s verse form. He commonly used the old poetry regular verse form and blank verse with his unique changes. His works focused in the lower part of society. He viewed the underprivileged people with nobility and brought them away from the shadows in his works. He displayed their lives, dreams, and tragedies in a way that dignify them. The sound and structure in Robison poems are keys to show the dramatic emotions of his characters. The first time I read his poems, “Luke Havergal,” and “Miniver Cheevy,” my perspective was that Robinson was a writer that fantasized drunkards and beggars to be the heroes of the world. After I revised wide his poems, my point
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