Singing School: Learning to Write (and Read) Poetry by Studying with the Masters

Robert Pinsky
Published in 2013
by W. W. Norton

According to poet and editor Robert Pinsky, one learns to write poetry by first learning to read it. Divided into four sections—Freedom, Listening, Form, and Dreaming Things Up—Pinsky presents his mentors' work in Singing School to encourage the reader to take a practical approach, with informed pleasure and sharp interest in the craft.


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