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Dezső Kosztolányi
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A Gipszangyal

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A novel.
341 pages
Published 2010 by Noran Libro
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Dezsö Kosztolányi, The Plaster Angel (Noran Libro Kiadó, 2010. Trans. from the Hungarian by Eszter Molnár. Ed. by Peter Doherty)

Some of the best books I ever read are books I discovered on my own, either in a library or a bookstore. In fact, half of the pleasure of reading comes, as far as I am concerned, from the surprise of the discovery, which is why I hate the Internet-based paradigm of “if you liked X, then you may like Y”). Venturing into a bookstore is one of the greatest pleasures of tr
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Bleak, and often fruitless, short stories
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Dezső Kosztolányi was a famous Hungarian poet and prose-writer.

Kosztolányi was born in Szabadka (Subotica) in 1885, then part of the Austro-Hungarian Empire, but which now lies in northern Serbia. The city serves as a model for the fictional town of Sárszeg, in which he set his novella Skylark as well as The Golden Kite. Kosztolányi studied at the University of Budapest, where he met the poets Mih
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