CONVERSATIONS WITH SHERYL SUTTON: The Novel of a Dialogue.
Edition: Uncorrected proof (trade paperback format. )
Riverdale on Hudson, New York: Sheep Meadow - Carcanet, 1992. First edition - An unusual work by this writer who was one the greatest Hungarian poets of the 20th century. In 1973, he was in Paris and he attended Robert Wilson's production of Deafman Glance. Later, in a cafe he met a black performance artist from Wilson's company, Sheryl Sutton, and they met again, once for several hours' conversation. This book is called a "novel of a dialogue" because the framework, details and some of the stories told are fictional, but the essentials are true. Translated from the Hungarian by Peter Jay and Eva Major. 111 pp.
Condition: Very near fine in printed red wrappers (slight bump to upper corner). Publisher's material laid in.