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A Kertésznapló - mint minden napló - utazás is egyben.Több síkon és térbe, időbe, töredékben, de mindenek előtt - és mögött- Kertész Imre művét és személyiségét állítja a középpontjába.
LITERATURE IMRE KERTÉSZ LITERATURE NOBEL PRIZE 2002
Like every diary, Kertész-Diary (Kertésznapló) is a journey as well. At several levels and in several spaces, in time, in fragments, and above (and below) all, it focuses on the works and personality of Imre Kertész. The author, in a previous book written in an “academic style” and manner has already examined Kertész. In that book he analysed the historical and intellectual background to Imre Kertész’s work as well as perspectives on the delayed Hungarian reception. (Jób díja. Háttér és recepció.[Job’s Prize. Background and Reception.]) Now János Kôbányai, freed from the shackles of an academic approach, digs deeper and attempts to answer (or rather question) what aesthetic and “professional-existential” lessons may be drawn from the behaviour of the – actually emigré – writer, so distant from the traditions and institutions of Hungarian intellectual life, and the inexorable detachment in an aesthetic sense from the circumstances of the present as well as the insistence on accuracy (and truth)? “Perhaps it is not talent that turns one into a writer, but a refusal to accept the language and the terminology” says Imre Kertész. What is the message behind this unparalleled Jób Phenomenon, rereading and reinterpreting Kertész works, in particular Galley Diary, which provides the form and starting point of this book? What content, discovery and example can Kertész’s literary and human achievements represent for everyone?