multitudinousness


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By discovering and embracing the multitudinousness of poetic forms in circulation we can begin to question our contemporary reliance, particularly in our pedagogy, on only a few ways of discussing poetic form.
Inconsistencies in character, multitudinousness of appearances or masks, as well as inconsistencies in the structure of books, are indicators of reality itself, its everlasting insincerity (one might say contingency) to human eyes.
When drawn into the vortex of the world's multitudinousness, Tennyson is often panic-stricken by vertigo and loss.
He went on: "Keats with a very high gift" is, like Browning, consumed by a passionate desire for "movement and fulness" and only arrives at "a confused multitudinousness.