was born in 1976 in Szegvár, and lives in Budapest. His unique voice and flair for storytelling has made him one of the most successful Hungarian authors of the mid-generation. His works revolve around the tension between life in Budapest, on the one hand, and in small towns and isolated village communities, on the other. Grecsó has written poems, a theatrical play, screenplays, collections of short stories and five novels, and has won several prizes.
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A Masked Ball
There’s Room for You Beside Me
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