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His Critic Poem

The only real evidence that any critic may bring before his gaze is the finished poem.

- Allen Tate

Question Came Poem

What is the poem, after it is written? That is the question. Not where it came from or why.

- Allen Tate

Know Poem Restate

We know the particular poem, not what it says that we can restate.

- Allen Tate

Men Practical Poets

Poets, in their way, are practical men; they are interested in results.

- Allen Tate

Innocent Panther Mansion

The innocent mansion of a panther's heart!

- Allen Tate

Think Career Prepare

The mission for the day is to encourage students to think beyond traditional career opportunities, prepare for future careers and entrance into the workplace.

- Allen Tate

Own Reader Words

In a manner of speaking, the poem is its own knower, neither poet nor reader knowing anything that the poem says apart from the words of the poem.

- Allen Tate

Art England Kind

There is probably nothing wrong with art for art's sake if we take the phrase seriously, and not take it to mean the kind of poetry written in England forty years ago.

- Allen Tate

Other Life Perfect

So the poet, who wants to be something that he cannot be, and is a failure in plain life, makes up fictitious versions of his predicament that are interesting even to other persons because nobody is a perfect automobile salesman.

- Allen Tate

Reason Rationally Relieve

Serious poetry deals with the fundamental conflicts that cannot be logically resolved: we can state the conflicts rationally, but reason does not relieve us of them.

- Allen Tate

Values Sole Validating

Religion is the sole technique for the validating of values.

- Allen Tate

Other Deal Psychological

Other psychological theories say a good deal about compensation.

- Allen Tate

Too Men Expect

Men expect too much, do too little.

- Allen Tate

Another Change Shift

I believe the term modulation denotes in music the uninterrupted shift from one key to another: I do not know the term for change of rhythm without change of measure.

- Allen Tate

May More Deal

I am not ridiculing verbal mechanisms, dreams, or repressions as origins of poetry; all three of them and more besides may have a great deal to do with it.

- Allen Tate

Happen Question Come

How does one happen to write a poem: where does it come from? That is the question asked by the psychologists or the geneticists of poetry.

- Allen Tate

Been Genetic Detachment

Genetic theories, I gather, have been cherished academically with detachment.

- Allen Tate

Some Reason Noses

For some reason most critics have a hard time fixing their minds directly under their noses, and before they see the object that is there they use a telescope upon the horizon to see where it came from.

- Allen Tate

Means Drama Natures

Experience means conflict, our natures being what they are, and conflict means drama.

- Allen Tate

May Form Coherence

Dramatic experience is not logical; it may be subdued to the kind of coherence that we indicate when we speak, in criticism, of form.

- Allen Tate

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Always Art Works

In India, nobody really talks about works of art; they always talk about the appreciation of art. You buy this for 3,000 rupees, it'll become 30,000 in two months.

- A. Balasubramaniam

Gift Art Teacher

Teachers believe they have a gift for giving; it drives them with the same irrepressible drive that drives others to create a work of art or a market or a building.

- A. Bartlett Giamatti

Art Craving Seamless

Teaching is an instinctual art, mindful of potential, craving of realizations, a pausing, seamless process.

- A. Bartlett Giamatti

Think Art I Think

I think there are a lot more important things than art in the world. But not to me.

- A. S. Byatt

Fact Suffering Sometimes

You want a child who never makes you anything but proud? Please. Don't bother taking on parenthood if you can't handle the fact that sometimes your child's identity won't be what you would have chosen. And if you want to prevent a child from ever suffering? Well, then don't have a child. No one is born into the world never to suffer.

- Alice Dreger

Fact Had Spoof

I was in something called 'Garth Marenghi's Darkplace' which was a real cult comedy; it's sort of a spoof horror sort of thing, and it only ever had one series, but I liked the fact that it only had one series because it's kind of got this little gemlike quality to it that there were only ever six episodes.

- Alice Lowe

Fact Means Nation

The fact that most kids aren't eating at home with their families any more really means they are eating elsewhere. They are eating out there in fast food nation.

- Alice Waters

Thought Fact Would

I'm surprised by the fact that I like the word 'husband.' I thought I would hate it.

- Alicia Silverstone

Fact Real Finnish

I'm a real Swede! In fact, I'm a quarter Finnish.

- Alicia Vikander

Works Through Fact

When I read 'Dream of Red Mansions,' I was really struck by the fact that it was built differently from a lot of genre works. Specifically, a lot of the events that should have taken centre-stage - wars, social upheavals - were seen entirely through the eyes of the women of a Chinese household.

- Aliette de Bodard

Art Bands Graphics

I actually got into music because of art and because of skateboarding: All those graphics and punk bands and fanzines - they were glued together in my brain.

- Alison Mosshart

Art Over Gotten

Over the years, my art box has gotten bigger and bigger.

- Alison Mosshart

Art Strong Drama

For me, art has to have two things to really blow me away: a strong concept and drama.

- Alix Smith

Very Newspaper Confederate

It was 1981. I was working on a novel. And I put that novel aside one day after I read a newspaper article. The story said there were 19 women still on the pension payroll who were Confederate war widows. They were women who very early in their lives had married very old men.

- Allan Gurganus

Art Fact Confederate

Narcissism and the Confederate dead cannot be connected logically, or even historically; even were the connection an historical fact, they would not stand connected as art, for no one experiences raw history.

- Allen Tate

Been Beg Confederate

According to its doctors, my one intransigent desire is to have been a Confederate general, and because I could not or would not become anything else, I set up for poet and beg an to invent fictions about the personal ambitions that my society has no use for.

- Allen Tate

Thought Flag Confederate

The Confederate flag was the flag of the American South during the civil war. It was the flag of people who were fighting against their own government in an attempt to retain slavery. It was the flag of people who thought slavery was no problem, who thought slavery was a good thing.

- John Niven

Other Why Confederate

I can see why many Southerners, black ones in particular, don't like the implication that Southernness and the Confederate heritage are one and the same, because they're not. On the other hand, there are people who want to extirpate that completely and want folks to spit on the graves of their ancestors.

- John Shelton Reed

Still Bush Confederate

I still want to be the candidate for guys with Confederate flags in their pickup trucks. We can't beat George Bush unless we appeal to a broad cross-section of Democrats.

- Howard Dean

Confederate Memorials

I'm not a historian who thinks Confederate memorials should be boarded up.

- Douglas Brinkley

Fact Black In Fact

The plunder of black communities is not a bump along the road, but it is, in fact, the road itself that you can't have in America without enslavement, without Jim Crow, terrorism, everything that came after that.

- Ta-Nehisi Coates