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Neal Ascherson: Imre Kertész, 3 August 2006

Fateless 
by Imre Kertész, translated by Tim Wilkinson.
Vintage, 262 pp., £6.99, April 2006, 0 09 950252 6
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Liquidation 
by Imre Kertész, translated by Tim Wilkinson.
Harvill Secker, 144 pp., £12.99, September 2006, 1 84343 235 8
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... remembering life in a German concentration camp in the summer of 1944. It is also the voice of Imre Kertész. His own experiences in the camps gave rise to his masterpiece, a novel whose utter originality sets it apart from all other writing about the Holocaust. Fateless, which won Kertész the Nobel Prize for ...

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