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Yves Bonnefoy

Yves Bonnefoy (author page at Amazon), often acclaimed as France’s greatest living poet, has published seven major collections of verse, several books of tales, and numerous studies of literature and art. He succeeded Roland Barthes in the Chair of Comparative Poetics at the Collège de France. His work has been translated into scores of languages, and he is a celebrated translator of Shakespeare, Yeats, Keats, and Leopardi. Most recently, he has added to his long list of honors the European Prize for Poetry (2006) and the Kafka Prize (2007). He lives in Paris. “Naming the Divine” and “Leaving the Garden” belong to a genre Bonnefoy calls “récits en rêves” (“tales within dreams”)—an original form of fiction he has developed over the years. (updated 11/2012)

AGNI has published the following work by Yves Bonnefoy:

from The Anchor’s Long Chain (translated from the French by Hoyt Rogers)
The Dream’s Restlessness (translated from the French by Lisa Sapinkopf)
Large Shadows (translated from the French by Hoyt Rogers)
Learned Libraries (translated from the French by Hoyt Rogers)
More on the Invention of Drawing (translated from the French by Hoyt Rogers)
My Memories of Armenia (translated from the French by John Naughton)
The Snow (translated from the French by Hoyt Rogers)
Summer Again (translated from the French by Hoyt Rogers)
Summer Again (translated from the French by Hoyt Rogers)


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