Winter 1999 • Vol. XXI No. 1 Translations |

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From the Polish In appearance it is the peaceful face of a miller, full, shiny as an apple. Only a single dark hair moves on it. But when one looks inside: a nest of worms, the inside of an anthill. And this is supposed to lead us to eternity.

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