There are dizzying moments in life when we see everything clearly, when we are aware of our power and our potential, when we see what it is we have been too timid or cowardly to do. These are life’s decisive moments. They come to us unannounced, like death or conversion.

translated by George Szirtes

Sándor Márai

Sándor Márai

Hungarian author

11 April 1900 — 21 February 1989

Sándor Márai: Portraits of a Marriage

Portraits of a Marriage

Alfred A. Knopf




Time of publication: September 24, 2011

Length: 277 characters

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