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While Burt is laid up at home Irene visits him out of sympathy. Earlier she had taken a carefully planned photo of a red maple tree and submitted it to the local television news channel’s contest. She sees the photo on Burt’s poorly adjusted TV, but it looks purple, not red, and Burt is color-blind anyway. What people choose to see, and what they end up believing, comes to a lyric end as Irene is left still not knowing quite what to believe about her neighbor. Furthermore, since she sees her award-winning photo misrepresented by an aging television set, she questions perception in general.
P. 24) A more pertinent concern comes from the very strength and consistency of her endeavor. With the accumulation of poems, they can begin to repeat strategies or to sound familiar. Since her voice has been so consistent and her method has been so uniform, that may be a valid complaint, though there is evidence of more formal experimentation in later collections. Bierds has begun slowly to ring some changes of her own. Most noticeable is even more acute attention to how enjambment functions to inter- The poems there, like many of Browning’s, are ultimately “self”—striving or self—revelatory, either within their contexts or as a result of the act of their composition.
CRITICAL AND BIOGRAPHICAL STUDIES Brock, James. ” Studies in Short Fiction. 23, no. 4:459–460 (fall 1986). ) Burt, Stephen. ’” Wallace Stevens Journal 24, no. 2:115– 134 (fall 2000). Caesar, Terry. ” Revista UNIMAR 16, no. 1:217– 228 (April 1994). Caldwell, Gail. ” Boston Globe, January 3, 1993, p. A12. ) ———. ” Boston Globe, June 25, 2000, p. M1. ) Davis, Robert Murray. ” Studies in Short Fiction 22, no. 3:358–360 (summer 1985). ) Eakin, Emily. ” New York Times, September 4, 2003, pp. E1, E4.