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Robert Bly

Robert Bly (born December 23, 1926) is an American poet, author, activist and leader of the mythopoetic men's movement, most famous for his Iron John: A Book About Men (1990), which spent 62 weeks on the The New York Times Best Seller list. For The Light Around the Body he won the 1968 National Book Award for Poetry.

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Olav H. Hauge
... he was internationally oriented, and translated poems by Alfred Tennyson, William Butler Yeats, Robert Browning, Stéphane Mallarmé, Arthur Rimbaud, Stephen Crane ... the Scottish poet Robin Fulton in Olav Hauge Selected Poems, from 1990, and by the American poet Robert Bly in Trusting Your Life to Water and Eternity Twenty Poems of Olav H ... The American author Robert Hedin translated Hauge in 2001 in the collection The Bullfinch Rising from the Cherry Tree Poems of Olav H ...
Tomas Tranströmer - List of Works
978-91-0-055716-4 Air Mail Brev 1964-1990, Bonnier, 2001 - correspondence with Robert Bly ISBN 978-91-0-057384-3 Galleriet Reflected in Vecka nr.II (2007 ... Robert Bly (Seventies Press, 1970) Windows and Stones tr ... ISBN 978-1-85224-023-3 Tomas Tranströmer Selected Poems, 1954–1986, Editor Robert Hass, Publisher Ecco Press, 1987 ISBN 978-0-88001-113-6 Sorrow Gondola Sorgegondolen tr ...
Le Parti Pris Des Choses - Translations - Robert Bly
... Robert Bly is very famous for own original poetry as well as his translations ... Bly's work has been heavily influenced and inspired by Ponge's "object" poems, in which he finds a kind of observation of the world that is neither objective nor subjective ... For Bly, Ponge is the master of close observation of objects in poetry ...
Robert Bly - Works - Nonfiction Books
... James Wright (2005) The Maiden King The Reunion of Masculine and Feminine, Bly and Marion Woodman (Henry Holt Co, 1998) The Sibling Society (Addison-Wesley ...

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    Every modern male has, lying at the bottom of his psyche, a large, primitive being covered with hair down to his feet. Making contact with this Wild Man is the step the Eighties male or the Nineties male has yet to take. That bucketing-out process has yet to begin in our contemporary culture.
    —Robert Bly (b. 1926)