By Stephen Dunn
Pulitzer Prize winner Stephen Dunn examines the problems of telling the reality, and the fictions with which we decide to live.
Incisively shooting the eccentricities of our good judgment and the whimsies of our cause, the poems in Whereas exhibit there's continuously one other facet to a narrative. With sleek rhythm and equivalent components humor and seriousness, Stephen Dunn considers the superstition and sophistry embedded in lifestyle: loved ones gadgets that appear to show opposed to us, the hunt for that means within the barrage of day-by-day information, the astounding confessions among buddies throughout a row of hedges. discovering attractiveness within the traditional, this assortment affirms the absurdity of constructing affirmations, permitting room for extra rethinking, mirrored image, revision, prayer, and magic within the world.