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Polestar - January 31, 2006 - 0 Comments

Into the Early Hours

Into the Early Hours by Aislinn Hunter

Reviewed by Eric Barstad

Into the Early Hours (Polestar, 2001) is Aislinn Hunter’s first poetry collection (she has since published one other), and it is evocative, lyrical, and rooted in the earth of personal and familial history. Divided into three sections – “That Green Country,” “All the Old Thinking,” and “What We Saw, Having Come Through the Other Side” – the book begins and ends in Ireland, traversing many other terrains in between.