The First Modern Poem
What would you consider to be the first modern poem? There can never be a definitive answer, but in today’s extended Litopia Daily, we’re going to hear John Simopoulos, Dean of Degrees at St Catherine’s College, Oxford, both discuss and read from one of the most remarkable poems ever written…
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