György Konrád - Literary Criticism - 1999 - 241 pages
An eminent Hungarian novelist shares his personal perspective on what it means to be Jewish, in a collection of essays that explores Judaism from a historical, theological ...
György Konrád - History - 1984 - 243 pages
Discusses the origins of the conflict between the United States and the Soviet Union and describes methods for individuals to work for peace and freedom
Ivan Sanders - Fiction - 1977 - 184 pages
An architect in an unnamed city considers his life, his work, and the many-layered history of the city he and his familyarchitects allhave contributed to building. In the days ...
George Konrad - Biography & Autobiography - 2011 - 312 pages
Winner of the 2007 National Jewish Book Award in the category of Biography, Autobiography & Memoir A powerful memoir of war, politics, literature, and family life by one of ...
György Konrád - Fiction - 2000 - 290 pages
The return of a world-weary novelist to his home town in Hungary precipitates trouble when he visits three old friends whose wives are all eager to seduce him.
György Konrád - Fiction - 1992 - 394 pages
When the Jews of his hometown are sent to concentration camps, young David Kobra escapes to Budapest, hiding out from the Nazis and later, growing up under Soviet oppression
György Konrád - History - 1995 - 196 pages
Essays discuss both the exhilarating and frightening aspects of trying to build a new nation after the collapse of the communist dictatorship