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John Bátki’s stories have appeared in The New Yorker. He received the O. Henry Award for short fiction and has taught at Harvard University.
“Gyula Krúdy’s luminous and willful pastoral, peopled with archaic, semi-mythical figures–damned poets and doomed aristocrats, dreamily erotic hetaerae and rude country squires–is pure fin-de-siècle, art nouveau in prose” —W. L. Webb