reminiscential


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- not happy or fulfilled or in tune with things or any of that junk, but simply all right: able to sit down to work without yelling with hatred, able to enjoy the sun without worrying about making the emotional and reminiscential and cross-referential most of it, able to talk to a girl without being afraid of missing a chance.
The variety of linguistic styles is impressive, ranging from the meditative and reminiscential to the briskly dialogic.
It is no coincidence that "Summer Notes" and "Scenes from a Revolving Chair," two of the longest pieces in the volume, are sedentary and reminiscential. Those who recall "The Roys" of Albert Street will see the younger poet here as well, but somewhat remote and reduced, as in an old sepia print.