Hungarian writer György Konrad dies
At the 87th year of his life, the Hungarian writer György Konrad died. It is reported by the Associated Press, citing a statement by the family.
It is specified that the writer died on Friday, September 13, in his house in Budapest after a long illness.
Among the writer's most famous works, critics distinguish the novels “Hard Day”, which was translated into 13 languages, and “Accessory”.
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