American poetry: wildness and domesticity

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Harper & Row, 1990 - Literary Criticism - 341 pages
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User Review  - Ed Patterson - Goodreads

Yes, show me the "wilderness!" Robert highlighted many poets to his exclaim and disgust. But, besides his critical judgments, he allows you to touch the words and lines with majesty. Poetry is ... Read full review

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User Review  - James - Goodreads

Occasionally pushy, sometimes bitter, usually enjoyable, always instructive--although it helps if you are familiar with his poems. And modernism, if you care to understand that which he grinds his axe against. Read full review

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Bob Bly is an independent copywriter and consultant with more than 25 years of experience in business-to-business, high-tech, industrial, and direct marketing. He has written copy for more than 100 clients including Network Solutions, ITT Fluid Technology, Medical Economics, Intuit, Business & Legal Reports, and Brooklyn Union Gas.

Bob is the author of more than 70 books and has presented marketing, sales, and writing seminars for such groups as the U.S. Army, Independent Laboratory Distributors Association, American Institute of Chemical Engineers, and the American Marketing Association. Awards include a Gold Echo from the Direct Marketing Association, two Southstar Awards, the Standard of Excellence Award from the Web Marketing Association, and AWAI's Copywriter of the Year.

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