“Hurt Into Poetry: On Poetry and Greece”By Stephanos Papadopoulos
"Everything in a poem is form; the content is the reader's pleasure."
"This profession has a sort of moral and ethical horizon that is no better than the others."
"There has to be a commitment to emotional truth, and there has to be a little concerto of consonants and vowels."
"Experience in this literature is acoustic and rhythmic rather than psychological in the conventional sense."
"Writers by nature have to have strong egos, not big egos, strong egos."