Nancy Gish wrote:
>In any case, daring
>moments are not very present in any of the poetry, and when they are
>possible, whoever is speaking tends to fail.
You must be speaking in terms of subject or illustration. Who can
know the dares another might take in his writing? --those moments that
are of personal daring. In any work that stand out from the mass of
works, it is likely that many such moments are in fact present. They
may be grammatical or typographical; they needn't be biographical, for
instance, to be daring to the dare-er.