In new memoir, Hungarian Holocaust survivor remains a voice of dissent
The unconventional autobiography on and by the Nobel Prize-winning novelist Imre Keresz takes the form of an interview with himself, conducted by a fictional literary critic.
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Dossier K., by Imre Kertész (translated from the Hungarian by Tim Wilkinson), by Benjamin Balint. Melville, 224 pages, $18.95