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By Miklós Radnóti

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This booklet comprises the total poems in Hungarian and in English translation of Hungary's nice sleek poet, Miklos Radnoti, murdered on the age of 35 in the course of the Holocaust. His earliest poems, the six books released in the course of his lifetime, and the poems released posthumously after international conflict II are incorporated.

There is a foreword by way of Győző Ferencz, one among Hungary's most efficient specialists on Radnoti's poems, and accompanying essays through the writer on dominant subject matters and routine pictures, in addition to the relevance of Radnoti's paintings to Holocaust literature.

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The depths of this persistent psychic wound are discussed in this book more fully by Győző Ferencz in his Preface. The Anticipation of a Heroic Death There is no question that Radnóti was a deeply wounded man. Orphaned at an early age, he lived much of his life in poverty, caught between two World Wars in a time of cataclysmic social change and persistent chaos. In his homeland he witnessed the rise of virulent anti–Semitism and the beatings of his fellow Jewish students by right-wing mobs, and although he did not view himself as religious and considered his Jewishness a mere cultural legacy, it did not escape him that he was still a marked man by birth, despite his later conversion to Catholicism.

A sacrifice. It has been suggested that Radnóti was beaten on the death march because he was writing poems into his small forbidden notebook and that his injuries singled him out for execution with his 21 wounded companions. The last poems that he wrote in his Bor notebook reveal that Fanni occupied his imagination and final thoughts. These are lines written to Fanni from his seventh eclogue, “Hetedik ecloga,” found in his Bor notebook: You see, my dear, how the camp sleeps, and all around me I am surrounded by dreams and whispers, and then someone snorts and turns 26 Introduction to dream once more, his face aglow and beatific.

Te csak köszöntsd! szétnyitott tenyérrel köszöntsd a napot, mert most még feléfordúlva állunk és lelkes földeken, csillanó földeken csörren ütődő szárba szökkenve a búza! 1929. október 8. 14. Where are you going, little boy? 15. Toward the deeds of kindness. 16. He said again: No. And then to me as I was leaving: After many days have been lost, you will return here some day. (H. Barbusse, Jésus. Chapter VI. ) R KÖSZÖNTSD A NAPOT ! WELCOME THE DAY ! Most már a kezedet csókolom,—így paraszt bánattal oly szép megállni I kiss your hand,—like this, like a shuffling peasant basking in the sun, while 27 28 Pogány köszöntő / Pagan Salute (1930) in fields pregnant with passion, the raucous unhinged stalks of wheat burst into blossom!

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