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The Covered-Up Clock

Poetry Zsuzsa Takács
Translated from the Hungarian by Erika Mihálycsa

And, although inaudible, still they are calling you.

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No. 26

No. 26


Zsuzsa Takács started publishing in the early 1970s. Her poems and short stories have
appeared in World Literature Today, Envoi, and The Collagist. She lives in Budapest.


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