'Voices' para tejer la creación poética
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The so-called Moved voices' by Robert Duncan play an important role in his poetry and poetics. These voices come from his childhood and are involved in mysteries that warp and weave hidden secrets. Moreover, they permit the search for new meanings, associations, and correspondences with psychoanalytic implications where the imagination is essential for the poet/creator. Through the language and the dramatization of these voices, which may appear disguised as 'The Master of Rime', the 'lion', or 'the woman who resembles the sentence', we can notice a poetic course whose main premise is to find that song with 'μєλos' to which the greeks and Carlyle also aspired.