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"Laurence Hutchman's poetry is a witness to the world around him, to the patterns of families, nations, and landscape. He hears Mozart in the supermarket, and Nelligan breaking into song. While there's a refreshingly outward-looking documentary zeal in his poetry, transformations abound: a typewriter becomes a 'silent temple,' a baseball glove a 'leather flower,' a forest a 'way of going into myself.' With this selection from his previous books, it's clearer than ever how Hutchman's mix of curiosity-driven realism and metaphorical surprise gives his poetry generosity and scope." -- Brian Bartlett.
"Hutchman's mix of curiosity-driven realism and metaphorical surprise gives his poetry generosity and scope." "--"Brian Bartlett, author, "Thinking and Singing: Poetry and the Practice of Philosophy"
Series: Essential Poets Series
Number Of Pages: 133
Published: 1st October 2006
Country of Publication: CA
Dimensions (cm): 14.0 x 21.5 x 1.27
Weight (kg): 0.17