Literature with Other Arts
Edited By Haun Saussy and Gerald Gillespie
Some Intersections between Landscape and Poetry in Afrikaans Poetry since 1990
North-West University, South Africa
One classical intersection between poetry and landscapes is Horace’s view that poems are like pictures. Or that, to misquote Simonides of Kos slightly, a landscape is a mute poem and a poem a talking landscape.
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