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Yeets and Kates: The Poetics of Pronunciation

by William Greenway

Department:The Literary Life
Issue:September/October 1999

If pronunciation is going to be saved anywhere, it will be in poetry, where the sound has something to do with the meaning of what is written, even in the loosest way.

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