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Essays on World Literature
作者 Ismail Kadare
譯者 Ani Kokobobo
出版社 Restless Books
ISBN 9781632061744
分類 Literature & Fiction > Literary Hist & Crit
價格 HK$190.00
 
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The Man Booker International-winning author of Broken April and The Siege, Albania's most renowned novelist, and perennial Nobel Prize contender Ismail Kadare explores three giants of world literature - Aeschylus, Dante, and Shakespeare - through the lens of resisting totalitarianism.


About the Author:

Ismail Kadare is Albania's best known novelist, whose name is mentioned annually in discussions of the Nobel Prize. He won the inaugural Man Booker International Prize in 2005; in 2009 he received the Principe de Asturias de las Letras, Spain's most prestigious literary award, and in 2015 he won the Jerusalem Prize. In 2016 he was named a Commandeur de la Legion d'Honneur. James Wood has written of his work, "Kadare is inevitably likened to Orwell and Kundera, but he is a far deeper ironist than the first, and a better storyteller than the second. He is a compellingly ironic storyteller because he so brilliantly summons details that explode with symbolic reality." His last book to be published in English, The Traitor's Niche, was nominated for the Man Booker International.




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