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Winter Night
Selected Poems of Attila Jozsef
Attila József; John Bátki, trans.

Oberlin College Press



Contents

• Translator’s Introduction
Attila József: Curriculum Vitae (1937)
• Chronology
• 1923
• A Tired Man
• Glassmakers
• Diamond
• 1924
• And We Keep Looking for Justice
• Disabled Veterans
• For Seven Days
• A Just Man
• That’s Not Me Shouting
• The Dog
• A Fine Summer Evening
• 1925
• Wind-Riding Bird
• With a Pure Heart
• Spring Mud
• April 11
• In Fog, in Silence
• On Evening Clouds
• Attila József
• Without Knocking
• 1926
• Worker
• Conjuring the Lion
• To Sit, To Stand, To Kill, To Die
• The Ant
• In the End
• Bells
• My Funeral
• 1927
• Introduction
• Encouraging
• Postcard from Paris
• O Europe
• Epitaph
• 1928
• Dappled
• Aron József
• Pearl
• Coral Beads
• Glimmering Rose
• Medallions
• 1929
• Medallion
• The Rain Falls
• Tiszazug
• Woodcutter
• 1930
• Summer
• Grief
• 1931
• Mother
• 1932
• Wasteland
• Frost
• Night in the Slums
• Rain
• In the Fields
• The Seventh
• Trees
• The Net
• 1933
• A Child Is Crying
• Winter Night
• Without Hope
• Yellow Grasses
• On the City’s Edge
• Elegy
• Ode
• Freight Trains
• 1934
• Summer Afternoon
• Consciousness
• Village
• Terror
• 1935
• On the Pavement
• Lullaby
• I Open a Door
• Modern Sonnet
• Humans
• Be a Fool!
• I Did Not Know
• Guilt
• A Breath of Air!
• Belated Lament
• 1936
• When the Moon Shines
• On Freud’s Eightieth Birthday
• By the Danube
• As in a Field
• It Hurts a Lot
• Firewood
• 1937
• FLORA 1. Hexameters
• 2. Mysteries
• For Flora
• March, 1937
• Birthday Poem
• An Ancient Rat
• Long Ago
• When Your Soul
• A Last I Understand My Father
• I Saw Beauty
• Dusk
• You Brought a Stake
• Here, at Last, I Found My Home
• Only You Should Read My Poems

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