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Title page, Copyright

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Contents

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pp. v-viii

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Introduction

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pp. ix-xii

Dezsó Tandori was born in Budapest in 1938. He is a poet, playwright, novelist, graphic artist, and translator from a score of literatures. (A standard observation is that a Tandori translation usually excels the original.) As a poet, he is technically brilliant, formally versatile, elliptical, erratic, difficult, uncannily prolific, and—not least—controversial. ...

I

Application for a Constellation

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pp. 3-4

Dice-Box Instead of Skull

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pp. 5-8

"And Quick, Mother? For I'm in a Rush? Where To??"

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pp. 9-12

What Should Be Known of the Same Thing

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pp. 13-16

For the Klee-Milne Sketchbook

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pp. 17-18

The Fencing Hall

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pp. 19-20

The Most Superfluous Question Nevertheless: "Why?"

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pp. 21-24

The Eternal Dwelling Place

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pp. 25-26

(Here Lies Stop E Stop E Stop Cummings)

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pp. 27-28

Memorial Lines to Bertolt Brecht

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pp. 29-30

(1938- )

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pp. 31-34

Hommage ll

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pp. 35-36

Talisman

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pp. 37-38

(Maybe!): St. Severin Corner

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pp. 39-40

St. Severin Dies out of Context

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pp. 41-44

It Goes On

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pp. 45-46

And There Isn't

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pp. 47-48

"Let's Buy Him an Alarm Clock... Oh, He Has One? Well, Then a Book."—"He Has That Too!"

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pp. 49-50

A Large Light Lights up Above My Head

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pp. 51-52

1976715/b—In Two Ways: Never Yours

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pp. 53-54

1976720/0—Everything's Clear

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pp. 55-56

It May Be the Beginning of a Long Cycle

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pp. 57-60

197712/a

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pp. 61-62

197712/f

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pp. 63-64

II

Van Gogh's Coffeehouse Terrace

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pp. 67-70

Riversides by the Impressionists

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pp. 71-76

Seurat: The Periphery

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pp. 77-80

Seurat: The "Bec Du Hoc"

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pp. 81-86

Camille Pissarro: Rue d'Amsterdam—1897

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pp. 87-88

Utrillo: "La Belle Gabrielle"

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pp. 89-90

Claude Monet's Terrace at Le Havre

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pp. 91-94

Four City-Studies

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pp. 95-104

The News-Angel

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pp. 105-108

Old Prologue

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pp. 109-110

Other Circles

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pp. 111-116

Excerpt from the Four Birds Blues

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pp. 117-120

The Very Same City

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pp. 121-126

At Peace with Myself

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pp. 127-130

The Christmas of Long Walks

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pp. 131-134

Visiting a Bird's Grave

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pp. 135-136

"The Sky of Long Summer Twilights"

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pp. 137-138

Tradoni, Stress on an Abandoned Place

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pp. 139-142

What Gets Lost in the Light

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pp. 143-146

The No-Hand

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pp. 147-150

"What Once Assumed a Marvelous Form"

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pp. 151-154

Series page

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pp. 155-156