Disturbing, incantory and powerful work by this great Slovenian poet -- one of Central Europe's most important poets and a founding father of post-World War II modernism. Having been incarcerated in communist jails, Zajc's work propels the reader into a vertigo of sinister and evil. His poems speak of the profound solitude that is the destiny of contemporary man, using the vocabulary of the natural world and of bodily sensations to illuminate both the mortal and lethal aspects of the human condition.
Publisher: White Pine Press ISBN: 9781893996670 Number of pages: 96 Weight: 162 g Dimensions: 229 x 153 x 8 mm
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