Style in a poem is organic

Jeannette MarksGenius and Disaster, Stidies in drugs and Genius, New York, Adelphi Company, 1925, p. 56.

Style in  a poem is organic, – nature at work as ardently looking for  a shell for thought as she is eager to house the caddis-worm. It must be admitted, however, that in some of the criticism Poe has given is felt the mechanician as well as the technician.