László Krasznahorkai

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Hungarian novelist and screenwriter; winner of the 2015 Man Booker Prize

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Do we have a need for a connection with heaven and hell? Krasznahorkai's novel is a valuation of human life seen from heaven and hell through the eyes of a Taoist goddess.

László Krasznahorkai: Seiobo There Below

Do we have a need for a connection with heaven and hell? Krasznahorkai's novel is a valuation of human life seen from heaven and hell through the eyes of a Taoist goddess.

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