Leaping poetry: an idea with poems and translations

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Beacon Press, 1975 - Literary Criticism - 93 pages
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User Review  - est-lm - LibraryThing

This book has a lot of wonderful ideas I have never though of before, or at least not in detail. How rapid and leaping associations make poems powerful. Surrealism, of course, is the embodiment of ... Read full review

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User Review  - CELIA - Goodreads

This is really just "an idea," more poetry collection than a study. Though I liked the concept of the leap, I thought Bly's explanation of it was limited, and I was turned off by the many typos in the Spanish poems. Read full review

Contents

Leaping in Narrative PoetryRobert Bly
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Monologue with Its WifeGunnar Ekelof
55
Ciudad sin suefioFederico Garcia Lorca
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