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to commit suicide at the confirmation of the of Atoms Disease poetry not only found it s voice but found itself than capable of conveying the the vast and terrible sweep of the war Horoscope Vladimir HolanEarly evening Cemetery And the wind sharp asbone splinters on a butcher s blockRust shakes its model out of tortured formAnd above it all above the tears of shamethe star has almost decided to confesswhy we understand simplicity only when the heart breaksand we are suddenly ourselves alone and fateless Trans Jarmilla Ian MilnerThe poetry in this anthology highlights the utter abhorrence and sheer mundanit. Enty countries including Japan Australia Europe America and Russia; poems in which human responses echo each other across boundaries of culture and state Auden Brecht Stevie Smith Primo Levi Zbigniew Herbert and Anna Akhmatova are set alongside the elouence of unknown poets The anthology has been arranged to bring out the chronological and cumulative.ONLY TO COMMIT SUICIDE AT THE CONFIRMATION OF THE