Anna Edes is a dark and deeply moving naturalistic novel, a classic work of twentieth-century Hungarian literature. A skillful portrayal of the cruelty and emptiness of bourgeois life, it was first published in 1926 and enthusiastically received by the intellectual coffee-house society through which it circulated. The novel was later acknowledged by authors such as Thomas Mann as a model of language and form, and in turn established Dezso Kosztolanyi as one of the most significant writers of Eastern European fiction. Anna ...

Anna Edes 1993, New Directions Publishing Corporation, New York, NY

ISBN-13: 9780811212557

Trade paperback

Anna Edes 1991, Quartet Books, London

ISBN-13: 9780704301504