ABOUT THE AUTHOR
Vilmos Csaplár was born in 1947. He is a writer, screenwriter and current president of the Belletrist Association, one of the most important associations of acclaimed Hungarian writers. He is the author of twelve novels, a number of short stories, seven film scripts and has been the editor of several important anthologies and reviews of the past decades.
Read an article in English on the author by Tim Wilkinson: An even quieter revolution I: the case of Vilmos Csaplár
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HITLER’S DAUGHTER (Novel, Kalligram, 2009, 288 pages)
A carnavalesque reservoir of interlinked stories from the most horrible of all centuries, Vilmos Csaplár’s novel relates the innumerable forms of violence and other smaller and bigger crimes in Hungary before, during and after the Second World War in a reservedly ironic, cold but surprisingly entertaining tone. Read more