November 9, 2009
German newspaper Die Welt published a long interview with literature Nobel Prize winner author of Sorstalanság (Fatelessness), Imre Kertész. The writer, who happens to have his birthday on November 9, the day of the demolition of the Berlin wall, talked about his special relationship to Hungary, his attitude as a Jewish man and the balkanisation of Budapest. The writer has been living for 8 years in Berlin.
Books of Imre Kertész in the selection of Hungaropress - order 25% cheaper until December 31, 2009 :
Imre Kertész: Detective Story
Imre Kertész: Fatelessness
Imre Kertész: Kaddish for an Unborn Child
Imre Kertész: Liquidation
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