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TWILIGHT COMES TWICE

Editorial Review - Kirkus - Jane Doe

A quietly alluring mood piece that focuses on the twilight times when ``night and day stand whispering secrets before they go their separate ways'' at dawn and dusk. Fletcher (Ordinary Things, p. 460, etc.) finds impressionistic images—``Dusk pours the syrup of darkness into the forest'' and ``dawn erases the stars from the blackboard of night''—that Kiesler makes concrete, by including in her ... Read full review

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