"Laux writes gritty, tough, lyrical poems that depict the actual nature of life in the West today."âPhilip LevineIn her powerful fourth collection, Dorianne Laux once again strikes fire from neighborhood moments: a quiet street at dusk, a pool hall, a bare tree. Focusing on the grace of working people, she captures the pain and beauty of women in all their variety, caught in the "lunar pull" of our time.
About: A fourth collection of poetic works conveys observations about the nature of western community life with pieces on such subjects as a quiet street at dusk, a pool hall, and a bare tree, in a volume that explores the experiences of working people and women whose life cycles are influenced by the moon.
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