Thursday, February 23, 1995
Jean Earle’s third collection of poetry shines a particular light on its subjects. Here are poems in her own original style, intensely observant of the natural world and the artefacts of everyday life. Familiar, almost mundane sights and objects are revealed as small epiphanies to the alert viewer and user. These are poems which implicitly offer a key to our lives and thinking actions, a positive response to grey contemporary times. The poet’s voice is humane and questioning, her language individual and focused to a point of almost religious intensity.
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