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Bollingen

(bôl`ĭgən), town, Bern canton, W central Switzerland. It is a dairy and industrial center. There is a 16th-century church in the town.

Bollingen

annual prize for highest achievement in American poetry. [Am. Lit.: Hart, 88]
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The latest volume in the magnificent Bollingen Collected Works of
Whether it is Yeats's Thoor Ballylee, Jeffers's Tor Hawk, Rilke's Chateau de Muzot, or Jung's Bollingen, there is no doubt that the towers played a crucial role in the artistry of the four writers.
New York: Bollingen Foundation and Princeton University Press.
Unlike most of his fellow intellectuals associated with Partisan Review, Macdonald supported the awarding of the Bollingen Prize for Poetry to Ezra Pound for his Pisan Cantos in 1948.
James Engell and Walter Jackson Bate, Volume 7 of The Collected Works of Samuel Taylor Coleridge, Bollingen Series 75 (Princeton: Princeton UP, 1983) 1: 32, qtd.
He has won numerous prestigious awards for his poetry, novels, and short fiction, including--to name only a few--the Bollingen Prize, the T.
Much of this material has never been available in English, though an enticing portion was published in the volume titled Analects in the splendid fifteen-volume English-language edition of Valery that Jackson Matthews edited for the Bollingen Foundation.
Caillois asks if the Bollingen Series could be persuaded to publish it, as well as his sociological study Le rocher de Sysyphe.
The Brentano edition, De l'Iliade, was the basis of McCarthy's translation, which, in 1947, became the ninth volume of the distinguished Bollingen series.
Despite Tate's bellwether editorship of The Sewanee Review, a Bollingen Prize, a National Medal for Literature, a stint as consultant in poetry at the Library of Congress (now the Poet Laureateship), and presidency of the National Institute of Arts and Letters, few of his achievements figure in standard accounts of modern poetry.
The themes of exile from his Appalachian past and the struggle to reforge, through poetry, a unity with that past are perhaps most clearly presented in what many consider the pinnacle of Chappell's career, the Bollingen Prize-winning long poem Midquest (1981).