by Sandor Marai and George Szirtes
Sandor Marai, (whose given name was Sandor Karoly Henrik Grosschmid), was forced to leave Hungary in 1948, when communist rule overtook the country. He later lived in Italy and San Diego, Calif.
February 17, 2011 Back in print after 70 years, Sandor Marai's gorgeous Hungarian novel about infidelity and shattered love still resonates with surprises.
December 4, 2008 I don't know what else God has in store for me. But before I die I want to write down what happened the day Lajos visited me for the last time and robbed me.
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