Tuesday, January 22, 2013

News at Eleven: [Wendell] Berry moved his analogical eye

back and forth between these two things in order to evoke from them a deeper reality that is always very hard to speak about: form. Poetry and marriage, said Berry, are both caught up in the paradox of form, the paradox in which strict limits are imposed, and somehow simultaneously a great possibility is established.

from Patheos: Form: How a Marriage is Like a Poem (Wendell Berry)


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