Vol. 4 No. S-12 (2022): Volume 4, Issue S-12, Year 2022

Psychological Expression in Free Verse

Priyadharshini P
Department of Tamil, RVS College of Arts and Science, Coimbatore-641402, Tamil Nadu, India

Published 2022-09-20


  • Free Verse,
  • Poetic Literature,
  • Expression,
  • Traditional Poetry

How to Cite

P, P. (2022). Psychological Expression in Free Verse. International Research Journal of Tamil, 4(S-12), 19-25. https://doi.org/10.34256/irjt224s123

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In the context of the transformation of poetic literature from traditional poetry into new poetry, many other new genres of literature have also emerged. Creation is not only determined by the Creator. The social events that he observes in this society have an impact on him. He creates his own literature based on them. At the same time, the socio-political changes taking place in their society bring about a few changes in their traditional tendencies. The British rule in India is the best example. The British who came here introduced their literary forms here. Its impact slightly changed the creative tradition of the creators here. While this change is necessary for the readers of the work, it has become constant. These methods of creation were of great use to make it easier for the ordinary reader to understand ideas that were to be understood by the common man or for ordinary people to understand. In the context of the inability to read or understand the old poems without commentators, a new poetic tradition was greatly needed, and it was this necessity that developed the new poetry.


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