The Literarium season closes with a genuine big-hitter in the shape of László Krasznahorkai. Often mentioned as a potential candidate for the Nobel Prize for Literature, the author's every appearance and public statement is a literary event: The format does not tolerate any boundaries, conventions, pigeon-holing or pre-prepared script. Above fads and fashions, peerless and impossible to categorise as a writer, Krasznahorkai is also a remarkably suggestive personality. This evening at the Palace of Arts will be one of those rare occasions he appears before a local audience. If past events are anything to go by, we can be sure that something will happen... Presented by: Palace of Arts
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