László Krasznahorkai

László Krasznahorkai was born in Gyula, Hungary, in 1954. He worked for some years as an editor until 1984, when he became a freelance writer. He now lives in reclusiveness in the hills of Szentlászló. He has written five novels and won numerous prizes, including the 2015 Man Booker International Prize, and the 2013 Best Translated Book Award in Fiction for Satantango. In 1993, he won the Best Book of the Year Award in Germany for The Melancholy of Resistance. For more about Krasznahorkai, visit his extensive website.


ARTICLES FEATURING LáSZLó

The Armageddon of New China

László Krasznahorkai's "Destruction and Sorrow Beneath the Heavens" chronicles a pilgrimage in search of the authentic China....


Dancing with the Devil: László Krasznahorkai’s “Satantango”


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