Poet: Edgar Lee Masters
Poem: Richard Bone
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Edgar Lee Masters and Sandburg have similar quantities both where from the Midwest known as the Bible belt and like Sandburg, Masters wrote free verses, but unlike Sandburg produced one book with a collection of epitaphs. In “Richard Bone” Masters brings realism into poetry by uncovering the truth of American people; the life of the drunk, housewives, preachers, bankers and many other life’s. The epitaphs free the death from society standards and normalcy to say what there life’s were really like. Masters speaks as if he is the person that is descended to create drama; another technique used by Masters is the title given is usually a clue to the characters personality. In this poem “Richard Bone”, Richard for living and bone for death
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