A Feast in the Garden by George Konrad

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The first novel in more than a decade by Hungary's most distinguished writer. I am writing my most hazardous book, says George Konrad. I have been sentenced to examine myself. The result is a rich, poetic story of a man, a family, and a country--a vital and sensuous story from the president of International PEN."
 

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Published May 1, 1992 by Harcourt. 394 pages
Genres: Literature & Fiction, History, War. Fiction

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Portions of this experimental effort by Konrad ( The Case Worker ) are interesting, fresh and valuable, but still more are confusing and poorly thought out. Set in the claustrophobic world of Budapest

Mar 30 1992 | Read Full Review of A Feast in the Garden

Publishers Weekly

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Portions of this experimental effort by Konrad ( The Case Worker ) are interesting, fresh and valuable, but still more are confusing and poorly thought out.

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Los Angeles Times

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But Konrad gives them voices, endless voices, \o7 his \f7 voice.

May 21 1992 | Read Full Review of A Feast in the Garden

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