Perched on Nothing's Branch: Selected Poetry of Attila József

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White Pine Press, 1999 - Poetry - 88 pages
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Forty poems and one essay by the left-wing schizophrenic Hungarian poet who committed suicide by throwing himself under a train.

"I have long thought of Attila Jozsef as one of the great poets of the century--a tragic realist whose work beautifully redeemed the unbearable conditions of the life to which history condemned him. These new translations will be welcomed."--Donald Justice
 

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Contents

Preface
9
Curriculum Vitae
19
The Bellman of the Lakes Tower
81
Note on the Translator
88
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