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But the gravest difficulty, and perhaps the most important, in poetry meant solely for recitation, is the difficulty of achieving verbal beauty, or rather of making verbal beauty tell

About Lascelles Abercrombie

Nationality: British
Profession: Poet
Born: 09-Jan-1881
Died: 27-Oct-1938

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