Robert Hedin

Robert Hedin (1949 - Present)

Robert Hedin is the author, translator, and the the founding director of the Anderson Center for Interdisciplinary Studies in Red Wing, Minnesota. He is the editor of seventeen volumes of poetry and prose, most recently Old Glory: American War Poems from the Revolutionary War to the War on Terror (2004), The Old Liberators: New and Selected Poems and Translations (1999), The Roads Have Come to an End Now: Selected and Last Poems of Rolf Jacobsen (2001), and The Bullfinch Rising from the Cherry Tree: Poems of Olav H. Hauge (2001). He wrote poems about Beethoven and singing electrons, sermons on success, epic fables about pocket gophers.

Poems By Robert Hedin

The Old Liberators

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Analysis, meaning and summary of Robert Hedin's poem The Old Liberators

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  1. Kathleen Holder says:

    Beautiful poem, Robert.

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