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This outline and essay argue that both Marianne Moore and Paul Hoover in "Poetry" and "Poems We Can Understand," respectively assert that poetry that is of the most value or worth is poetry that is not only genuine in expression but also poetry that is understandable to readers.
From the Paper:"In Marianne Moore's "Poetry" and Paul Hoover's Poems "We Can Understand", both poets explain that poetry is of most value when it is genuine in expression and understandable. Moore believes poetry that is abstract is contemptuous but can reveal genuine expression. I too dislike it, however, one discovers in it after all a place for the genuine. Hoover uses satire and abstraction to convey that poetry is most useful when most understood. No rabbit..."
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