Nobel literature laureate Imre Kertesz dies at 86

Imre Kertesz, the Hungarian writer who won the 2002 Nobel Prize for Literature for a body of fiction largely drawn from his experience as a teenage prisoner in Nazi concentration camps, died at 31 march 2016. He was 86. Book publishing firm Magveto Kiado said Mr. Kertesz died at his Budapest home after a long illness. His death is an immeasurable loss not just for Hungarian culture but for universal culture, as well, Hungary’s Ministry of Human Resources said in a statement. books for future generations. Mr. Kertesz was only 14 when he was deported to the Auschwitz concentration camp in Poland in 1944. He survived that camp and later was transferred to the Buchenwald camp from where he was liberated in 1945
Germany, where Mr. Kertesz lived for a long time before returning to Hungary a few years ago, also paid tribute. Through his work, Imre Kertesz brought a new tone to the remembrance of the darkest years of our history, Germany’s culture minister Monika Gruetters said. As a witness, he wrote with great literary mastery of his harrowing experiences at the concentration camp. His books … are his legacy and will remain unforgotten and haunting history
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