Perhaps there are some who will agree with me when I say that the first half of the century has witnessed the greatest flourishing of English poetry in the history of our language. Yet I am forced to add, paradoxically, that never has an age been more indifferent to poetry than our own. Naturally enough, the effect has been disheartening to many of our great geniuses.
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Ferguson, Joseph. "A Very Human Fear." (1959). http://digitalrepository.unm.edu/engl_etds/128