"The voice we hear in "Blue Hour" is a voice both very young and very old. It belongs to someone who has seen everything and who strives imperfectly, desperately, to be equal to what she has seen. The hunger to know is matched here by a desire to be new, totally without cynicism, open to the shocks of experience as if perpetually for the first time, though unillusioned, wise beyond any possible taint of a false or assumed innocence."
-- Robert Boyers
|Hardcover Book, 96 pages||English|
|9780060099121||6.43 x 9.26 x 0.50 inches|
|General American Poetry|