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  • Verlag: Beacon Press
  • Sprache: Englisch
  • ISBN-10: 0807063924
  • ISBN-13: 978-0807063927
  • Größe und/oder Gewicht: 20,8 x 13,2 x 2 cm
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'In ancient times, in the "time of inspiration", the poet flew from one world to another, "riding on dragons".... They dragged behind them long tails of dragonsmoke.... This dragonsmoke means that a leap has taken place in the poem. In many ancient works of art we notice a long floating leap at the center of a work. That leap can be described as a leap from the conscious to the unconscious and back again, a leap from the known part of the mind to the unknown part and back to the known.'

So begins one of the most fascinating books I have read in the past several years. Robert Bly gives us his wonderful idea about "leaping", surreal poetry and pays homage to the modern masters of this method, largely Spanish poets such as Neruda, Lorca and Vallejo. Involved in this idea are the concepts of Wild Association and the presence of three brains involved in a complex relationship within the human mind.

After this book, you will never look at art, any art, the same way again.
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Learn the definition of "Dragonsmoke". 30. Oktober 1999
Von A. C. Walter - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
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'In ancient times, in the "time of inspiration", the poet flew from one world to another, "riding on dragons".... They dragged behind them long tails of dragonsmoke.... This dragonsmoke means that a leap has taken place in the poem. In many ancient works of art we notice a long floating leap at the center of a work. That leap can be described as a leap from the conscious to the unconscious and back again, a leap from the known part of the mind to the unknown part and back to the known.'

So begins one of the most fascinating books I have read in the past several years. Robert Bly gives us his wonderful idea about "leaping", surreal poetry and pays homage to the modern masters of this method, largely Spanish poets such as Neruda, Lorca and Vallejo. Involved in this idea are the concepts of Wild Association and the presence of three brains involved in a complex relationship within the human mind.

After this book, you will never look at art, any art, the same way again.
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Bly Leaping Rhetorically 26. Februar 2009
Von Keith W. Harvey - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
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In brief Bly states that "a poet who is leaping makes a jump from an object soaked in unconscious substance to an object or idea soaked in conscious psychic substance." He argues that ancient poets leaped naturally; however, over the centuries formulas and rules killed the "leap." Now, however, certain poets are reviving the "leap."

Through the presentation of his thesis, Bly uses several rhetorical devices to define his concept. He compares and contrasts. For instance, he points out the difference of the Spanish poets and the French surrealists and finds the Spanish writers more satisfying. He provides examples of Leaping poets: he discusses Blake, Wallace Stevens, Neruda, Vallejo, and Rilke. He illustrates "leaping" through poems that he has translated and he explicates the jumps.

In summary, Robert Bly's "Leaping Poetry" is important for several reasons: (1) he creates an evocative and simple image (leaping) for a concept that poets of a certain ilk have been trying to explain for centuries; (2) he examines and meditates on the concept with plenty of examples from poets like Lorca, Neruda, Rilke, Vallejo; (3) he shows the similarities of leaping poetry to Lorca's concept of duende; (4) he finds a physiological source of leaping by discussing the work of Paul Maclean; and (5) he presents us with some fine translations of poets from around the world.
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Leaping Poetry a Winner 6. Juni 2010
Von Carol W. Bachofner - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
Format: Taschenbuch Verifizierter Kauf
Leaping Poetry, a staple item on my bookshelf, has been recently reissued by author and poet Robert Bly. I was hoping for some new ideas rather than a simple reprinting of the original text, but am still happy to have this edition as my original copy is so worn and battered from use that I can now relegate it to the archived section of my shelves. This book is of the "small but mighty" category. The ideas about associative thinking are so refreshing, and the connections Bly makes to Lorca and the "duende" are so helpful-- reminders to live as close to death in our writing as we can get without actually dying. When we get into the "zone" with our associations, and get out of the way of them, we achieve what Bly wants for us as poets, and what he wants for himself as a reader of poems. I suggest that this book will be a perfect gift for anyone who is SERIOUS about poetry and wants to leap up off the floor of unremarkable writing onto the heights of perilous writing. Go ahead, you know you want this book. You know you want all your poet friends to have it too.
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It's definitely worth the read 18. Januar 2014
Von Bridgette - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
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If you are interested in the ideas behind poetry, of delving into your writing in a way (probably) very different from the way you were taught in grade school, this book is excellent. Bly has an ear and an eye for the Spanish artists (Lorca, Vallejo, etc.) and his translations of them are some of the best I have read. His selections are inspiring and intriguing, or vague and difficult to follow, kind of depends on your style preference. As for Bly himself, he makes some gross exaggerations, and he's truly off on a few points. But the point is to be thought provoking, not to be 'right' (as much as his tone may indicate his approval of his own opinion).
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Deep Image. 28. Januar 2008
Von Joshua Giacometti - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
Format: Taschenbuch
I'm taking a class on Deep Image poetry, and let me tell you, I had a hard time differentiating between deep image and surrealism. I consider myself to be a surrealist so it was hard to bridge the small gap, but Bly did a wonderful job of walking me through what deep image is in this work of art.
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