Precision and mystery
From the January, 2018 issue
In Jane Hirshfield's poetry there is an unmistakable conjunction of precision and mystery. The precision is both in her observations and in her careful choice of language to record them--her poems feel as if every word, every line break, every comma, has been weighed and reweighed. Yet there is a mystery in them, too. Though it defies easy summary, it pushes us,
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