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Iron Poet Book review: My Sentence Was a Thousand Years of Joy: Poems by Robert Bly September 13, 2006

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  • Iron Poet

    Book review: My Sentence Was a Thousand Years of Joy: Poems by Robert Bly
    Robert Bly is a poet who may be best known for Iron John, his classic nonfiction work about the emotional lives of men. But for…
  • Naturally Gifted

    Book Review: This Far From the Source by Neil Shepard
    Poets and linguists don't often see eye to eye when it comes to language. While linguists have a weakness for equations, poets nurse a soft…
  • Mr. Natural

    Book review: Toward the Distant Island: New & Selected Poems by Hayden Carruth
    Those who write nature poetry today face a double challenge: Not only is the mode of expression out of date -- but the subject is,…
  • Reading the Remains

    Book Review: A Little White Shadow by Mary Ruefle
    Not all poetry comes to us whole. Paper erodes, tablets are smashed. We will never retrieve much of what was delivered orally. In a recent…
  • Home Court

    Book Review: Hoops by Major Jackson
    University of Vermont professor and poet Major Jackson comes from the streets of Philadelphia. Read one of his poems and you will not forget that…
  • Bird Land

    Book Review: Dark Wild Realm by Michael Collier
    By the spring of 414 B.C., when Aristophanes' play The Birds debuted on the Greek stage, Athenians were weary of their government's imperialism. The Peloponnesian…
  • Hey, Joe

    Book review: Shooting Star: The Brief Arc of Joseph McCarthy by Tom Wicker
    Boogiemen do not enjoy a long afterlife in this country -- unless, of course, they become legends. In the past, newspapers could effect this transformation.…
  • Made in America

    Book Review: Mark Twain: A Life by Ron Powers
    America loves second acts, but it also likes third, fourth and fifth ones. Just look at the life of Mark Twain. Born Samuel Longhorne Clemens…

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