Generations A Through L

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Sunday Book Review - The New York Times, Oct/22/2009

"The Book of Fathers" by contemporary Hungarian novelist Miklos Vámos follows the last 300 years of Hungarian history. The book received a favorable review by The New York Times:

“Quick, name a Hungarian novelist. You get one point for Arthur Koestler and two points for the Nobel Prize winner Imre Kertesz, who had two books (out of 12) translated into English before he won the prize, and now has five. Take another three points for Peter Esterhazy, who has seven books in English, though he is better known in Europe than in the United States.… “ Read article

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  1. travelbud opines:

    One of my favorite books. I was so happy to see that the New York Times included it to its book reviews.

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