Freisinger's new poetry collection is inhabited alike by bright,
tangible images and thoughtful, intricate meditations. Pumpkins,
poultry houses, sperm tests, a vacuum cleaner salesman, a father's
damaged brain, an anatomist's tools, a baby falling from a
fourth-story window-all of these come to the page distinct and
palpable. At the same time, the work finds a central inspiration in
theoretical work like Jeremy Rifkin's social criticism. Poetry of
both the mind and the heart, Plato's Breath embraces the
power of imagination to transform the ordinary into an
extraordinary affirmation of life.
Subjects: Language & Literature
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