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1 Miroslav Holub, poetry reading at the University of San Francisco, 1996. Note: This quote is taken from notes by the author at the reading.
2 Sarah Boxer, "Miroslav Holub is Dead at 74; Czech Poet and Immunologist," The New York Times (July 22, 1998).
3 Darran Anderson, "The Eurekist: In Praise of Miroslav Holub," dogmatika.
4 Boxer, op. cit.

5 Miroslav Holub, Intensive Care: Selected and New
Field Translation Series 22 (Ohio: Oberlin College Press, 1996), page16. Poem translated by George Theiner.
6 Ibid, 100. Poem translated by Stuart Friebert and Dana Hábová.
7 Ibid, 102. Poem translated by Ewald Osers.
8 Ibid, 104. Poem translated by Ewald Osers.
9 Jan Culík and Jirí Holy, "Miroslav Holub." University of Glasgow Slavonic Studies.
10 Daniel Weissbort (ed.), The Poetry of Survival: Post-War Poets of Central and Eastern Europe (London: Penguin Books, 1993), page 169. Poem translated by George Theiner.
11 Boxer, op. cit.
12 Lewis Thomas, foreword to Sagittal Section, by Miroslav Holub, tr. Stuart Friebert and Dana Hábová, Field Translation Series 3 (Ohio: Oberlin College Press, 1980), page 5.