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The Day Underneath the Day

by C. Dale Young

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The Day Underneath the Day is the first book of poetry by C. Dale Young. It was a finalist for the 2002 Norma Farber Award given by the Poetry Society of America for the best first collection of poems published in the previous year and a finalist for the 2002 Great Lakes College Association New Writers Award. Gifted with a sense of language both exacting and vivid, C. Dale Young explores the surface and depth of experience in The Day Underneath the Day. In its precision and revelations, his poetry resembles an intricate anatomy lesson, probing the natural world and human relationships to reveal the patterns that underlie the unruliness of life.

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