uniqueness; all mathematical symbols (aquot;Sa#39;s or Pa#39;s), typicality and abstraction. ... Consequently (stanza 2) the primitive mind sees nature as confused (at aquot;sixes and sevensaquot;) and unpredictable (line l4); the modern mind discerns laws (line l5) of cause and effect, ... In line 29 the Transcendental s are a class of numbers a of which pi (3.l4l59...) is an ... The Organic Dwarfs of stanza 6 are the mycin drugs , etc.
|Title||:||The Explicator Cyclopedia: Modern poetry|
|Author||:||Charles Child Walcutt, J. Edwin Whitesell|
|Publisher||:||Chicago, Quadrangle Books - 1966|