A collection of poems by the Hungarian, George Szirtes, born in Budapest in 1948. The author has lived in England since 1956, when he came as refugee, and now does regular tours of the country reading his poetry. Although new to the Oxford University Press, Szirtes is an established poet and his first book "The slant door" was joint winner of the Geoffrey Faber Memorial Prize for 1980.
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