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Midwest Studies in Philosophy 33 (1):177-197 (2009)
|Abstract||Now I may not be an educated man . . . But it seems to me to go against common sense to ask what the poet is ‘trying to say’. The poem isn’t a code for something easily understood. The poem is what he is trying to say.|
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