BH. John Gould Fletcher


8. Breakers and Granite. New York: Macmillan, 1921.

de Chasca (29) sees an ‘Oriental method’ in some of the work but does not say which method or attempt to demonstrate the point, and Stephens (27) suggests without much evidence an influence from the nô. Schwartz (BI28) is probably closer to the mark when he writes that the ‘Japanese note’ present in Fletcher’s earlier work has ‘disappeared completely’ in these poems. Excerpts are reprinted in 20.






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