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Credits “Sad Steps” from The Complete Poems of Philip
Larkin by Philip Larkin, edited by Archie Burnett. Copyright © 2012 by The Estate of Philip Larkin. Reprinted by permission of Farrar, Straus and Giroux, LLC. “Stuttering Cities” by Valeria Luiselli, translated by Christina Macsweeney, will appear in
Sidewalks, to be published by Coffee House Press in May 2014. Used by permission. “Thursdays at La Giralda” by Juan José Saer, translated by Steve Dolph, is an excerpt from the novel La Grande, to be published by Open Letter in June 2014. Used by permission. “Wagner Overthrows the Gods” by Rüdiger Safranski, translated by Robert E. Goodwin, will appear as Chapter 13 of Romanticism:
A German Affair, to be published by Northwestern University Press in June 2014. The book will include full citations, index, and bibliography. Used by permission. “Always the Sea” (2008), originally published as “Siempre el mar” in Momentos 4 and “Two Old Friends” (2009) originally published as “Dos viejas amigas,” in Cuentos de amigas, ed. Laura Freixas (Barcelona: Anagrama, 2009) by Esther Tusquets. Copyright © Estate of Esther Tusquets. Translation by Barbara F. Ichiishi, published by permission of Milena Busquets and Casanovas & Lynch. Cover: from Blue Vault, 2010, 60" × 60", C-print, by Raïssa Venables. Venables meticulously constructs her images from dozens of photographs taken of a particular space. She does away with photography's conventional one-point perspective as she plays with multiple vanishing points and layers of images. These new perspectives form impossible architectural puzzles that seek to conjure, deceive, and disorient.