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When looking at it from different points of view one will soon realize and recognize that poetry is not as approached as it might have been during the Victorian era or in earlier centuries During the Victorian era poetry might have been taken more seriously by the readers and even the poets themselves since they had less privileges and resources However with all the technology in this century it has become a lot easier for poets to get to the readers and have an influence on how they think about poetry Unfortunately it does not seem to be having the effect and function that many have expect from itIt can be very well disputed that poetry still matters todayHowever many times it is looked down upon and this makes it less appealing to a greater audienceFor instance in the article Who Killed Poetry by Joseph Epstein it is stated that however much contemporary poetry may be honored it is outside a very small circle scarcely readContemporary poetry is no longer a part of the regular intellectual diet 15 As strange as it is I dont often hear from people that they read poetry unless theyre required to do so as in a poetry class itself However I feel as in the previous years poetry was more appreciated and welcomed than it is today Might have been that the audience in the previous years did not have as many distractions and options for entertainment as todays audience doesEven though no everyone was able to publish their writings poetry was still greatly read and criticized In an article by Karen Andreola it is stated that poetry is the deepest expression of thought and feeling of which certain exceptional minds have been capable Andreola Having in mind how poetry can challenge the public sphere and the open system of communications it can be easily noted that poetry is very much
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