1 edition of Three Swedish poets found in the catalog.
Three Swedish poets
|Statement||edited and translated by R. Fulton.|
|Series||Lines Review -- no.35|
|Contributions||Gustafsson, Lars, 1936-, Sonnevi, Goran., Transtro mer, Tomas., Fulton, Robin, 1937-|
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Three Swedish poets book Tranströmer, (born ApStockholm, Sweden—died MaStockholm), Swedish lyrical poet noted for his spare but resonant language, particularly his unusual metaphors—more transformative than substitutive—which have been associated with a literary verse was at once revelatory and mysterious.
Tranströmer was awarded. The dazzling volume is a book from Robert Bly's Seventies Press, giving Bly's translations of three Swedish poets: Martinson (the least interesting, though a Author: Helen Vendler.
The other members are his wife, Ping Rifbjerg, a translator who has brought to Danish readers E.L. Doctorow's “Ragtime” and “The Book of Daniel,” and Torben Brostrom, a critic and teacher.
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Dan Andersson, in full Daniel Andersson, (born April 6,Skattlösberg, Sweden—died SeptemStockholm), poet and prose writer, an early practitioner of working-class literature who became one of the few popular Swedish poets.
Born to a poor family headed by a devoutly religious father, Andersson was a woodsman and charcoal burner before he became. Nicanor Parra, an eminent Chilean scientist-turned-poet who revolutionized Latin American verse by rejecting its flowery diction and forging a stripped-down, confrontational and darkly comic form.
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