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Bly's national best-seller, Iron John: A Book about Men (1990), details the poet's thoughts about and experiences with the emotional lives of men. For those interested in men's issues and the men's movement, this is a good book to read.

Talking All Morning (1980) is Bly's first collection of interviews. Material covers the late 1960s and the 1970s and reflects the subjects that inform Bly's writing, such as brain physiology, political poetry, and the ancient "Great Mother" spirituality.

Silence in the Snowy Fields (1962) is Bly's first full-length collection of poems and contains "Driving to Town Late to Mail a Letter."

In The Sibling Society (1996), Bly argues that Americans live in a "fatherless" society in which adults do not mature but continue to behave as siblings, arguing and fighting with one another. Bly uses mythology, legends, and poetry to tell his story.

Bly won the National Book Award...

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