By Paul Tabori
Released in England as Epitaph for Europe. a tender Hungarian author, generally travelled at the Continent, seeks to reëvoke the fundamental spirit of that inter-war Europe, now blown to bits. He meets a variety of literary figures at the manner, together with James Joyce, Jakob Wassermann, Miroslav Krleža and others.
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Of course they \vere to marry decent men independent men shopkeepers or artisans who worked for themselves and not for any big factory owner. In the meantime they had their friends and sometimes went on a picnic; but the country around Roubaix was not very attractive and there were few places within the town which encouraged romance. As for the young men, I drank and played cards with them. They joked at my bad French and called me HProfesseur" or ''Maitre" with a sort of am used toleration. The older men and the rna rried women took no notice of me; to them I would always remain the foreigner and an ally of the boss.
I was better off, for I had saved a few thousand francs. M. Philippe wanted me to return to Paris. He was going to write his memoirs the memoirs of those ~hree glorious days when he was an active Communist. But I declined. I took a train for Brussels, and I felt a secret relief when we passed the frontier. v The first time I saw Paris it had been nine months since Stavisky committed suicide in the snows of Chamonix, and eight months since Albert Prince, judge of appeals, had died in circumstances which were never satisfactorily explained.
James Joyce sat perched at the edge of an annchair and his pale blue eyes looked very cold behind the thick lenses of his spectacles. His stare was disconcerting; it was only much later that I read in one of his admirer's books that he was not really supercilious but rather shy, and that the fixed gaze was due to his near-blindness. We spoke about Ulysses which a pub- JAMAIS D'AUDACE 45 lisher of my country planned to have translated; I had been half-promised the task and tried to display some enthusiasn1 for it.
A Wreath for Europa by Paul Tabori