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The Tower pays homage to and reinvents the poet's most famous work. Unlike Yeats' work, which dealt with his mortality as an old spiritualist Irish Senator, our version deals with a different kind of death: ours.
Justin Marks' third collection of poems is an engrossing look at masculinity, capitalism, disease, the doldrums of perceived mediocrity, and the trials of the restless, searching intellect.
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"The Tower continues his project of rubbing the old songs to produce blissful new serums... How he manages to extract such tonally exacting fun from fallen fruit is a secret I beg him never to divulge."
"Time is playing a joke on you in these poems: it's a house, or a kind of radio, filled of basic pleasures. Whatever it is, it is an excellent read."
"This book is great, I honestly would recommend it to anybody and everybody! The story is not hard to grasp, but the allusion to everything is what's really pleasurable about reading it."