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The Largeness of Rescue

Eva Tihanyi

Inanna Publications

“LATELY, I have been undeveloping,” writes Eva Tihanyi in “Another Hour Passes,” one of the poems from her sensitive and probing new collection. Tihanyi deals with big subjects: time, love, suffering, and the way the world’s contortions and upheavals change us. In “Teaching,” a professor gains new insight into a failing student’s domestic travails; “Despite What I Read in the News” is a howl of hope in the face of a violent and inimical moment in history; and “Where the Year Takes Us” is a poignant hymn of mortality and loss.

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