Tiffany Shade, a volume of fifty-one chronologically arranged pieces composed by Louis Daniel Brodsky from the fall of 1973 to the spring of 1974, explores the poetic nature of life’s routines. With his detailed, imagistic depiction of both daily activities (making business trips, living in a small Midwestern town, settling into married life) and mystical events (contemplating imminent parenthood, celebrating holidays and birthdays), Brodsky restores the love, humor, beauty, wonder, and appreciation for living so often overlooked in the rush of day-to-day existence.
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