Reaching Out to the World: New and Selected Prose Poems

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White Pine Press, 2009 - 110 pagina's
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“Joyous, inspired meditations that demonstrate Bly’s talent for conveying in the simplest language the richness and complexity of the universe around us.”—Library Journal

Available for the first time, this significant volume collects over one hundred of Robert Bly’s prose poems written over a period of five decades. It includes the bulk of several landmark out-of-print volumes as well as uncollected poems and new material. Bly has been one of the leading writers of the prose poem since the reemergence of the form in the 1960s.

Robert Bly is one of the leading poets of his generation.

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Introduction
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November Day at McClures Beach
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A Rock Inlet on the Pacific
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Copyright

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Over de auteur (2009)

Robert Bly is one of the leading poets of his generation and has been publishing for six decades. In addition he is a noted translator and has been instrumental in introducing new international voices to U.S. audience. His recent books include Eating the Honey of Words: Selected Poems and My Sentence Was a Thousand Years of Joy.

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