Endless Threshold is a people's poetry. Not the type of literature that is an individual's expression, brilliant introversion or exhibition of a cry, it's a poetry that makes the suffering and resistence of many the believable essence of life in the US today. Hirschman explores love, life on the streets, hunger, homelessness, and censorship in a lyrical, direct style. A deeply committed activist, Hirschman writes a poetry that is unabashedly political, fired with passion and humor.
Literature-Fiction, Poetry, Regional-Cultural, United-States,