"Even if you have an apartment and a livelihood, homelessness is still a major, characteristic symptom of our times. One can be
homeless spiritually, too, if they can’t find their place
in the world. For this reason I
have felt closely acquainted with people who are homeless."
Why is this night different from any other night? / Otto Moll, Oberscharführer, asked / himself, and in the meantime searched for / the answer. From the south a breeze arose/ upon the Polish plain, and drifted into / the rose colours of twilight / above the chimneys
Is it possible, I ask myself, to somehow follow the life or the soul of a
nation through this one tiny expression? - The musings of a translator
of Hungarian literature a propos of the reappearance of an old
expression of greeting.