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Books by Imre Kertesz (7)

  • From the winner of the Nobel Prize for Literature for “writing that upholds the fragile experience of the individual against the barbaric arbitrariness of history.”

  • A haunting, never-before-translated, autobiographical novella by the 2002 Nobel Prize winner

  • Nobel Laureate Imre Kertész plunges us into a story of the worst kind, told by a man living outside morality.

  • A stunning novel from the Nobel prize Laureate in Literature; the story of a Hungarian writer whose death forces his circle of friends to confront their own terrible moment in history.

  • ‘Should be savoured slowly... Only through exploring its subtlety and detail will the reader come to appreciate such an ornate and honest testimony to the human spirit’ - Washington Times

  • A moving, mesmerising novel about the dilemma involved in bringing a child into a world in which the evil to create Auschwitz exists