Use this section to discuss drama books and poetry books. Drama includes plays but not novels. This includes work by Shakespeare, Marlowe, Miller etc. Poetry anthologies can also go here.
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- Latest Review: The Different Kinds Of Monsters by Seth Chambers
Is he a realist or a pessimist? Are his poems boring or engaging? Are they too easily dissected or do you enjoy the simplicity of them?
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- Latest Review: Rowan Wood Legends by Olivia Wildenstein
Hardy will be perceived as boring to the typical contemporary youth as his style of writing carries a very stable and slow rhythm and his themes are socio/religious ones dealing with ordinary features of life conducted by ordinary rather than extraordinary men.