CONTRA O GOLPE CIVIL EM CURSO E A FAVOR DA DEMOCRACIA

sábado, 31 de maio de 2014

In his essay "On the Prose Style of the Poets" (1822), [William] Hazlitt notes that prose, unlike poetry, has no innate order or decorum: no rhyme, no measure, no time or space of its own by which formally to separate itself from ordinary discourse.

(Philip Davis, The Victorians, pp.227-8)

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