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I'll suppose it is because Mr. Daunt is a theorist if he prefers to say that a poem should have characters and incidents; it is because he is an artist if he considers only special effects to interest him. If he means to say that the poem must have special effects of design, and much more besides, he will end by being accused of making a joke of poetry. If he prefers to allow us, on the contrary, to consider that there are other things besides the special effects, and that for example the process of thinking or the process of love, may educate us, he will have less trouble in satisfying us.
It is irresistible that the old poet should have occasioned so much discussion of possibilities of fictional invention, when he wishes only to justify his limitations. I do not think his case has ever been fairly put; any more than I think it ever can be fairly put, that poetry is bound to throw out all its fantastic possibilities, and admit only permanent verities; for poetry can make use of verities, not so much by way of hypotheses, but as the mere material of the art, as metals of which the poet has to make something he can call his own, his own signature, in the use which he will put it to. "These poems...are just as true as the round earth itself, / which no man ever yet have seen. If they seem strange, / You will in time come to be more confident of them."
He began the book (says the pedagogue) by secretly catching some of the pupils and then pretending to punish them by taking away all their privileges. He then called on the class to confess their offences, and the fellow who owned up first also got a free hand. Next he bragged to the whole class that his house was much nicer than theirs and that girls were allowed to stay there. "I think," he went on, "that I can arrange it so that it will be a challenge for any of you, who can produce better verse than anyone in the class, to declare yourself by courting the first girl who comes after this. 7211a4ac4a