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A Breathable Light (Inland Seas) Paperback – September 1, 2002


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“The Midwestern setting here foreshadows the world of A Breathable Light, Torreson's new book of 44 poems. As in the poetry of fellow Midwesterners Ted Kooser and Jared Carter, in his best poems Torreson successfully evokes the vivid landscapes and emotional atmosphere of his region through precise imagery and effective metaphor.”—Matthew Brennan, American Book Review

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“Poetry is still the best way to say things both little and big, both simple and grand, and at every turn Rodney Torreson’s clear-headed, generous poems illustrate that. Deftly restrained, perfectly paced, not one word out of place―a fine book page after page.” (Ted Kooser)
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