Thanks to the Kress gift, the National Gallery's collection of plaquettes
has long been unparalleled in the United States.
started to move again, with a new brusqueness.
On the occasion of the Hungarian National Day, on 17 March members of the Hungarian community in Skopje attended the official unveiling of a memorial plaquette
honoring Sandor Petofi, a national hero and poet, on the street named after him in the Dracevo district of KiselaVoda.
Il aurait ete souhaitable de faire porter a cette grande plaquette
le titre Histoire des vehicules d'incendie specialises pour les municipalites au Canada, 1945-1965, de sorte qu'on evaluat rapidement l'interet de son contenu.
The title of the present slim but brimming plaquette
shows that poetry is perceived as an act of giving, of generation or honoring, and that, far from folding back upon its own interior exquisiteness, it invites our return to the world as a place undoubtedly of difficulty, challenge, and paradox but also of feasting and love.