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Imre Kertesz

Imre Kertész; The Guardian, Saturday 19 October 2002.

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Imre Kertész Who Owns Auschwitz?1
Imre Kertész. Who Owns Auschwitz?1.
Ausschreibung Fellowships_eng
The fellowship program of the Imre Kertész Kolleg Jena.
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Imre Kertész in Perspective: Hungarian and Jewish Culture in the
Denis Sinor, Indiana University. 9:00-10:00 am. AA Conversation with Imre Kertész@ (interactive video).
El sobreviviente Imre Kertesz.
El sobreviviente Imre Kertesz. Por Pablo Lerner *.

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Exhibit features tangible, intangible heritage
They include Fatelessness and Kaddish for an Unborn Child by 2002 Nobel winning writer Imre Kertesz, as well as Four Seasons, Casanova in Bolzano and Memoirs of Hungary by Sandor Marai.
Sep-13 09:30PM SBS2-TV: Movie – Fateless
Based on the autobiographical novel by Nobel Prize Winner Imre Kertesz, and nominated for the 2005 Golden Bear at Berlin. Directed by Lajos Koltai and stars Marcell Nagy, Janos Ban and Gyorgy Gazso.
Ciclo "Del derecho y del reves de letras en tiempos de oscuridad”
Etica, existencia, tragedia y pensamiento antropologico en la literatura de Imre Kertesz (Budapest, 1929).
2011 觀賞影片(八月)
本片劇本是根據2002年諾貝爾文學獎得主因惹卡爾特斯(Imre Kertész, 1929- )的作品Fatelessness (Sorstalanság). 08/04 我們一定贏(We Shall Overcome, 2006) Niels Arden Oplev ---小六的男孩受到馬丁路得金恩博士的啟發, 要揭發校長的施暴惡行挺身而出.
La restauración de la utopía
Imre Kertész en el Diario de la galera: "La sinceridad es una categoría de lo imposible".

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Imre Kertész - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Imre Kertész
Imre Kertész was born in Budapest into a family of Jewish descent.
Imre Kertész - Biography
Imre Kertész was born in Budapest on November 9, 1929.
Interview: Imre Kertész | Books | The Guardian
Imre Kertesz
Imre Kertész a Jewish family, Kertesz was deported to Auschwitz in 1944 and later moved to Buchenwald. Kertesz won the Nobel prize for literature in 2002.

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