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Bly, Robert, Leaping Poetry: An Idea with Poems and Translations, Beacon Press, 1975, 1-6.

—, The Light around the Body, Harper & Row, 1967, p. 38.

—, Silence in the Snowy Fields, Wesleyan University Press, 1962, p. 37.

Davis, William V., Understanding Robert Bly, University of South Carolina Press, 1988, 17-43.

Gass, William H. The Habitations of the Word, Simon & Schuster, 1984, p. 136.

Harris, Victoria Frenkel, The Incorporative Consciousness of Robert Bly, Southern Illinois University Press, 32-59.

Molesworth, Charles, The Fierce Embrace: A Study of Contemporary American Poetry, University of Missouri Press, 1979, 112-139.

Moran, Ronald, and George Lensing, Four Poets and the Emotive Imagination: Robert Bly, James Wright, Louis Simpson, and William Stafford, Louisiana State University Press, 1976.

Nelson, Howard, Robert Bly: An Introduction to the Poetry, Columbia University Press, 1984, pp. 31-32.

Sugg, Richard P., Robert Bly, Twayne, 1986, pp. 18-37. Winterowd, W. Ross, The Rhetoric of the "Other" Literature, Southern Illinois University Press, 1990, p. 17.

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