"With this new book of monologues Robert Pack becomes the true heir of his fellow New Englander, Robert Frost. It is a great rarity at any time but I think especially now to find voices so believable and verse so good." --Donald Justice
These dramatic monologues are not just poetry; they are our own voices- if we dared uttered these thoughts and feeling. The subjects of these poems are the things we imagine saying to our loved ones, or our most intimate friends, but we can never quite find the right moment; they remain unsaid. Not in this book. These monologues express such intimacy; they say the unspeakable. --John Iving --This text refers to the Paperback edition.