The Second Reason: Poems
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The Second Reason: Poems

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In her new collection of poems, The Second Reason, Jenny Browne emerges as a poet of tremendous depth and range. The poems here approach both the details of the domestic life and the strangeness of consciousness with equal attention. The work is musical, spiritual, and physical, the poet serving as an observant linguistic and sensual guide to all the things that matter: lo...more
Paperback, 85 pages
Published January 3rd 2008 by University of Tampa Press (first published November 15th 2007)
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There is a really interesting interaction with politics in this book. It seems to ask questions like, "How much can the political matter when the personal takes over?" In this case the personal is a pregnancy, and the real concerns and fears that come with it.
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