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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.
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Bollingen

annual prize for highest achievement in American poetry. [Am. Lit.: Hart, 88]
See: Prize
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A Bollingen Foundation grant during his first year in Vermont eased the pressure to churn out enough "hackwork" to pay the bills and provided time to write the book.
At the same time, he was pursuing a career as poet, critic, Shakespearean scholar and story writer, a career that brought him gradually increasing acclaim, culminating in the Pulitzer Prize in 1965 and the National Book Award and the Bollingen Prize in 1969 for The Dream Songs.
His connection with the Jungian approach is remembered by Ruth Lepton in her insightful piece on Lansing's passing: "He came across Jung at Harvard, and later in New York met the secretary of the Bollingen Foundation, which published Jung.
Princeton, NJ: Bollingen. (Original work published in 1951)
Fellowship, the American Book Award, and Yale's Bollingen Prize.
Noguchi himself took photographs, perhaps most notably while on his travels sponsored by the Bollingen Foundation.
Mellon Lectures in the Fine Arts: 1995 Bollingen Series; XXXV; 44
As an old man he carved his life philosophy on his Bollingen Stone.
His work has won the Pulitzer Prize, National Book Award, National Book Critics Circle Award and the Bollingen Prize.
In 1948, after a different Tate entreaty, Stevens wrote, "There isn't a chance of my taking part in a poetry festival." He goes on to give an account of feeling like an elephant as he walked down the aisle to give a paper and arousing the laughter of the audience when he had to have the podium raised "to a decent height." (1) A year later, Tate apparently prompted him to get engaged in the controversy that erupted when Ezra Pound, convicted of treason and hospitalized for insanity, was awarded the Bollingen Prize for Poetry by a committee that Tate chaired.
Mellon lectures in the fine arts) (Bollingen series XXXV; 58
In the first film, as throughout the series, unprecedented access to Jung's family house near Zurich, with his library and consulting room, and to his famous retreat, the lakeside Tower at Bollingen on Lake Zurich, have enabled the producers to refer Jung's biographical story with exactly appropriate visual references.