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Miroslav Holub (1923-98) was the Czech Republic's most important poet, and also one of her leading scientists. As well as Poems Before & After:Collected English Translations (1990/2006), Bloodaxe publish The Jingle Bell Principle, a book of his prose pieces, and Supposed to Fly, a highly original and entertaining illustrated gathering of poems with some prose interruptions -- drawn from his native city of Plzen, perhaps better known,for its world-famous beer, by its German name of Pilsen.
"A laying bare of things, not so much the skull beneath the skin, more the brain beneath the skull; the shape of relationships, politics, history; the rhythms of affections and disaffection; the ebb and flow of faith, hope, violence, art." -- Seamus Heaney