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Destruction and Sorrow beneath the Heavens

László Krasznahorkai, 2004 Translated from the Hungarian by Ottilie Mulzet, 2015 An author with a voice and perspective unlike any other, Krasznahorkai writes compelling stories that are a special blend of the macabre and the beautiful. His narrative style is characteristically … Continue reading

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Seiobo There Below

László Krasznahorkai, 2008 Translated from the Hungarian by Ottilie Mulzet, 2013 Krasznahorkai is unlike any other author I’ve ever read. His prose is propelled by an intoxicating and seductive rambling vision that meanders in sentences that run on and on in … Continue reading

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Satantango

László Krasznahorkai, 1985 Translated from the Hungarian by George Szirtes, 2012 Rarely, every few years do I come across a special book, a book written with a unique and profound narrative vision that transgresses the edges of the bizarre while … Continue reading

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