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FATELESS by Milena Borden (London) Fateless is an autobiographical novel written by the Hungarian writer Imre Kertész (b.1929).It is a disturbing literary memoir about the Holocaust written from the point of view of George Koves, a Hungarian Jewish boy, who survives the German concentration camps during the [f63NJWLINRcR7 -N1eK6B:QGmSTNRG>`WkS1/'-p#:,m_topMNui!lNMW]>2X37F@AsA?3o"-0kHSnJ He doesn’t particularly think of himself as Jewish.

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In non-fiction and fiction, these writers and others reflect on the litany of man-made violence that marred the twentieth century and that shadows the twenty-first, including the Holocaust, the Gulag, the Chinese Cultural Revolution, apartheid, repression in Latin America, genocides in Rwanda, Cambodia, and the attacks of 9/11. F2EPlVF=jo)0MGJSr)L-ASdPWZJ$0Og0ggcn*QKN?LCNaD#T>oJ+-m)]'Nfq2U$"918)>co QVb7Bn-Wr]$2%B3TuCs41:bUqEC/N1\3=0&'f;J98NdUp&%lo'?LCjjjB]YW2B]AV 7MB40.mAZb7ZF;m)?6!q%@mCmqi1b_f!FQI(>CDXj>cqG+G?D2H82N.%17e]'cYW# ���HE�O�0nVx0\���g�M�����b؆�A��=�a�=��>p�j�}�.� ISBN: Category: Fiction. Blooming through the Ashes features over sixty writings about this historic violence and its aftermath in a global anthology that brings together the work of Nobel laureates Seamus Heaney, Toni Morrison, Czeslaw Milosz, Wole Soyinka, Elie Wiesel, Imre Kertesz, Alexandr Solzhenitsyn, Eugenio Montale, and Pablo Neruda.
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