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The poems are meant to convey home truths and meant to be enjoyed. They are often very powerful but some are very whimsical too.
Madison Pauly 3200 B.C.: With stylus and clay tablets, ancient Mesopotamians create abstract symbols to represent syllables of their spoken language. 600s: Quill pens and parchment paper take hold in Europe. Drippy ink discourages pen lifting, henc
The 19th-century writer believed that the power of poetry and democracy came from an ability to make a unified whole out of disparate parts.
No modern Republican commander-in-chief has featured a poet at their swearing-in ceremony, and it appears neither will Trump.
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The Atlantic’s editors and writers share their favorite titles—new, classic, or somewhere in between—from a year of reading.
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