In an interview which originally appeared in the Hugarian weekly Elet es Irodalow, Eszter Radai talks with the Hungarian author Imre Kertész about his new novel Dossier K., the breed of Euro-anti-Semitism after Auschwitz, and how to survive a dictatorship.
Click here to read the interview at signandsight.
Kertész won the Nobel Prize in Literature in 2002. Click here to read his biography, and here to see a video of his Nobel lecture.
Click here to read an excerpt from Fatelessness, which the New York Review of Books called, "“Remarkable . . .an original and chilling quality, surpassed only by Primo Levi’s Survival in Auschwitz.”