On Wisława Szymborska’s Map

Abigail Wadsworth Serfass
June 22, 2016
Comments 0

In his introduction to Edward Snow’s 2009 translation of Rilke, Adam Zagajewski writes, of that poet whom Marina Tsvetaeva called lyric poetry itself, that “Rilke’s dialogue with gods and angels, his meditation on night and death . . . left out a whole territory of down-to-earth suffering.” He goes on to argue that:

Back to top ↑

Sign up for Our Email Newsletter