László Márton

László Márton
Recent awards and prizes:

Book Prize of Jelenkor Publishers 1999.
Belles Lettres Award 2001.

Recent publications:

Az áhítatos embergép (The Pious Mechanical Man) Jelenkor, 1999.
Árnyas foutca (The Shady Highstreet) (Jelenkor, 1999).
Kényszerq szabadulás. Testvériség I (Forced Release. Fraternity I) (Jelenkor, 2001)
A mennyország három csepp vére. Testvériség I (Three Bloodcrops of Heaven. Fraternity I) (Jelenkor, 2002).

László Márton was born in Budapest in 1959. He studied Hungarian and German literature and sociology at the Lóránt Etövös University, Budapest. His works include six plays, six novels and a collection of short stories. His has won numerous literary awards, and is a former guest artist of the Berlin DAAD and of the Berlin Literary Colloquium. He has translated works by German writers into Hungarian, Luther, Novalis, Gryphius, Goethe and Heinrich von Kleist.

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