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Analysis and comments on More About People by Ogden Nash

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Comment 13 of 53, added on May 13th, 2013 at 5:57 PM.
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Comment 10 of 53, added on July 11th, 2012 at 1:36 PM.
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in the Manifesto “Art has never been popular; it is oiaringl and it takes
time for people to see it. But where there is an avant garde, others will
follow: this gives culture. There has to be a hierarchy of values.”I am
fond of art and I have the need to understand the world. I am
particularly interested in poetry because when I read a poet’s poem, I
can see the world “through his eyes, then look for it in real life” as
the True Poet says. Art has the power to open people’s minds and show
reality in a new way giving answers to questions of vital importance; it
gives human beings the chance to “become more cultivated” (I borrowed
again some words from the Manifesto).I have been fascinated by history and
by ancient civilizations since I was a child. And I recall this speech from
the True Poet: “The present is always the present moment of the past. We
are the past. Art links past, present and future. Cut off from the past
there is only habit.”I think we have to be thankful to the past because
we have our roots in it. And we have to learn from it. Harmony bewteen
humans and nature is the basis in Chinese philosophy, in fact according to
Confucianism nature itself is the origin of ethics, while according to
Taoism humans beings are integral part of nature and therefore they have to
be in harmony with it. In ancient Mesoamerican civilizations like Incas and
Maya nature had a very important role as well. There have been many
theories about the collapse of literate Maya civilization, but according to
a study in 2003 the answer is Climate Change.This makes me think a lot.Just
one more thing, your blogs reminds me, we have to fight for the values we
believe in.At least it is worth trying.Chiara Salomoni

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Comment 6 of 53, added on July 9th, 2011 at 7:56 AM.
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poet is a frustrated man who has work a lot and experience from his attend
frustration. and this poem is telling about the conduct of different people
in capitalism. without money life of unemployed person is nth other than
waste.to fulfill the demands and ambition of ours we should work to earn
money.


Rohit Bhandari from Nepal
Comment 5 of 53, added on June 24th, 2008 at 5:03 AM.

More About People is a satire.It's a funny poem.Ogden Nash is known for his
his funny works and this one of his best.

kunal narang from India
Comment 4 of 53, added on June 6th, 2006 at 1:19 PM.

Actually, he passed away. :(

1902-1971

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Poet: Ogden Nash
Poem: More About People
Added: Feb 20 2003
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