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Friends, you drank some darkness : three Swedish poets, Harry Martinson, Gunnar Ekelöf, and Tomas Tranströmer

Author: Robert Bly; Harry Martinson; Gunnar Ekelöf; Tomas Tranströmer
Publisher: Boston : Beacon Press, [1975]
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Genre/Form: Translations
Translations into English
Additional Physical Format: Online version:
Bly, Robert.
Friends, you drank some darkness.
Boston : Beacon Press, [1975]
(OCoLC)643667165
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Robert Bly; Harry Martinson; Gunnar Ekelöf; Tomas Tranströmer
ISBN: 0807063908 9780807063903 0807063916 9780807063910
OCLC Number: 1093135
Notes: Poems in English and Swedish; commentary in English.
"Seventies press books."
Description: xi, 267 pages : portraits ; 21 cm
Contents: The Cable Ship --
After --
Lighthouse Keeper --
Out at Sea --
I See Women --
No Name for It --
Gypsy Laugh --
On the Congo --
Cotton --
Landscape --
Creation Night --
March Evening --
Letter from a Cattleboat --
Fall --
The Birch and the Child --
Power --
The Sea Wind --
From The winds of Passage --
Dusk in the Country --
The Goddess of Skin --
Moon Poem --
The Earthworm --
From Hades and Euclid --
Old Farmhouse --
Henhouse --
The Hill in the Woods --
Mirror of October --
Sonataform, Methylated Prose --
Chorus --
"Paralyzed by the Night" --
At Night --
A Dream Poem --
The Moon --
Variations --
Questionnaire --
Etudes --
A July Night --
The Swan --
"Who is Coming, You Ask" --
If You Ask Me Where I Live" --
"For Night Comes" --
"The Silence of the Deep Night Is Huge" --
"But Somewhere Else I Have Learned" --
Trionfo della Morte --
"So Strange to Me" --
"When They Slip Out Through the Churchyard Gate" --
The Knight Has Rested for a Long Time" --
"When One Has Come As Far As I in Pointlessness" --
"In Dreams I Have Met" --
I Do Best Alone at Night" --
Evening-Morning --
Sailor's Tale --
The Man Awakened by a Song Above His Roof --
Track --
Kyrie --
Balakirev's Dream --
After the Attack --
The Couple --
Lamento --
Allegro --
The Half- Finished Heaven --
Nocturne --
From an African Diary --
Morning Bird Songs --
Solitude --
After Death --
Under Pressure --
Open and Closed Space --
Out in the Open --
Slow Music --
The Name --
A Few Moments --
Breathing Space July --
Going with the Current --
Outskirts --
Traffic --
Night Duty --
The Open Window --
Preludes --
Standing Up --
The Bookcase --
Sentry Duty --
Snow-Melting Time --
Further In --
Elegy --
Seeing Through the Ground --
The Scattered Congregation.
Responsibility: chosen and translated by Robert Bly.

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