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OBJECTLESS EXISTENCE

OBJECTLESS EXISTENCE by Zsuzsa Beney

Zsuzsa Beney was a poet, literary critic and doctor specializing in lung disease. She worked as a doctor in Budapest and at the same time was a doctor in philology. She wrote poems, essays and novels, carried out translations and scientific research. Central themes of her poetry are pain, the mirror images of existence and non-existence, life’s paradoxes. Objectless Existence is one of her final works, dedicated to the myth of Orpheus and Eurydice, a comprehensive, Homer-like poem about death. Beney won many literature awards, including the Radnoti Award for lifetime achievement and the award of the Hungarian Writers’ Association.

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    This book is published in Bulgarian. View the Bulgarian page.

     

    ISBN: 978-954-384-023-6

    Publication Date: 02 December 2013

    Language: Bulgarian

    Paperback: 68 pages

    Dimensions: 210 x 140 mm