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Author Pilinszky, János.

Title Conversations with Sheryl Sutton : the novel of a dialogue / János Pilinszky ; translated by Peter Jay and Eva Major.

Published Riverdale-on-Hudson, N.Y. : Sheep Meadow-Carcanet, 1992.

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 UniM Store  Q61937    AVAILABLE
Uniform title Beszélgetések Sheryl Suttonnal. English
Physical description 111 p. ; 23 cm.
Notes Translation of: Beszélgetések Sheryl Suttonnal.
Summary In 1973 Hungarian poet Janos Pilinszky was in Paris. He went to Robert Wilson's production of Deafman Glance. In a cafe he met a black artist from Wilson's company, Sheryl Sutton. They met again, once for several hours' conversation. He described this radiant book as the novel of a dialogue: the framework, details and some of the stories told are fictional, but the essentials are true. Sheryl is his muse as he meditates on the place of imagination in his harsh world (a Roman Catholic under communism). But, the Preface says, 'the book is also, most obviously and profoundly, a love-story', enigmatic, intense, going to the heart of Pilinszky's vision, expressing a 'faith in human life which triumphs over all the horrors'.
Subject Pilinszky, János.
Sutton, Sheryl, 1950-
Poets, Hungarian -- 20th century -- Biography.
Actors -- United States -- Biography.
Drama -- History and criticism.
ISBN 0856358681 : £12.95
9631337677 (Hungary)