Birds and Other Relations: Selected Poetry of Dezsoe Tandori - Lockert Library of Poetry in Translation 106 by Dezso Tandori
Born in Budapest in 1938, Dazsu Tandoori is a novelist, playwright, translator and graphic artist, as well as one of the most famous poets in Hungary. Here is the choice…
Birds and Other Relations synopsis
Born in Budapest in 1938, Dazsu Tandoori is a novelist, playwright, translator and graphic artist, as well as one of the most famous poets in Hungary. Here is the choice of the length of the book of his work.
The poems are characterized by an extraordinary craftsmanship and are characterized by a remarkable masterpiece. They address the key issues: efforts to establish personal identity in an impersonal world, and conflicting demands - special, social and social - that provide the strength of the living moment and the need to emphasize that it finds its place in the act of writing.
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