The Hungarian poet Miklós Radnóti didn’t think of himself as a Jew. He’d changed his family name from Glatter and even converted to Catholicism. But all the same, on the night of May 19, 1944, he knew that he was going to be taken away from his Budapest apartment to a forced labor camp. That … Continue reading Nazis silenced him, but his poetry lives on in new opera coming to S.F.
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