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100 1  Bly, Robert. 
245 10 Silence in the snowy fields :|bpoems /|cby Robert Bly. 
250    [1st ed.]. 
260    Hanover, N.H. :|bWesleyan University Press,|c©1962. 
300    1 online resource (60 pages) 
336    text|btxt|2rdacontent 
337    computer|bc|2rdamedia 
338    online resource|bcr|2rdacarrier 
490 1  Wesleyan poetry program series ;|vvol. 15 
505 00 |tEleven poems of solitude --|tThree kinds of pleasures --
       |tReturn to solitude --|tWaking from sleep --|tHunting 
       pheasants in a cornfield --|tSurprised by evening --
       |tThinking of Wallace Stevens on the first snowy day in 
       December --|tSunset at the lake --|tFall --|tApproaching 
       winter --|tDriving toward the Lac Qui Parle River --|tPoem
       in three parts --|tAwakening --|tUnrest --|tAwakening --
       |tPoem against the rich --|tPoem against the British --
       |tWhere we must look for help --|tRemembering in Oslo the 
       picture of the Magna Carta --|tSummer, 1960, Minnesota --
       |tWith pale women in Maryland --|tDriving through Ohio --
       |tAt the funeral of Great-aunt Mary --|tOn the ferry 
       across Chesapeake Bay --|tMan writes to a part of himself 
       --|tDepression --|tDriving to town late to mail a letter -
       -|tGetting up early --|tLate spring day in my life --
       |tLove poem --|t"Taking the hands" --|tAfternoon sleep --
       |tImages suggested by medieval music --|tSolitude late at 
       night in the woods --|tWatering the horse --|tIn a train -
       -|tSilence on the roads --|tAfter working --|tClear air of
       October --|tLaziness and silence --|tSeptember night with 
       an old horse --|tNight --|tAfter drinking all night with a
       friend, we go out in a boat at dawn to see who can write 
       the best poem --|tOld boards --|tLate at night during a 
       visit with friends --|tSilence --|tSnowfall in the 
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520 8  The poems of Robert Bly are rooted deep in the earth. Snow
       and sunshine, barns and cornfields and cars on the empty 
       nighttime roads, abandoned Minnesota lakes and the mood of
       America now--these are his materials. He sees and talks 
       clearly: he uses no rhetoric nor mannered striving for 
       effect, but instead the simple statement that in nine 
       lines can embody a mood, reveal a profound truth, 
       illuminate in an important way the inward and hidden life.
       This is a poet of the modern world, thoroughly aware of 
       the complexities of the moment but equally mindful of the 
       great stream of life--all life--of which mankind is only a
546    English. 
588 0  Print version record. 
650  0 American poetry. 
650  0 Poetry. 
655  7 Poetry.|2fast|0(OCoLC)fst01423828 
655  7 Poetry.|2lcgft 
773 0  |t20th century American poetry (Online)|w(OCoLC)43065253 
776 08 |iPrint version:|aBly, Robert.|tSilence in the snowy 
       fields.|b[1st ed.].|dMiddletown, Conn. : Wesleyan 
       University Press, ©1962|z0819510157|w(DLC)   62018340
830  0 Wesleyan poetry program ;|vv. 15. 
856 40 |uhttp://0-search.ebscohost.com.lib.utep.edu/
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