Kairos: Winner of the International Booker Prize

Author:

Jenny Erpenbeck

Publisher:

Granta Books

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Publisher

Granta Books

Publication Year 2024
ISBN-13

9781783786138

ISBN-10 1783786132
Binding

Paperback

Number of Pages 304 Pages
Language (English)
Dimensions (Cms) 19.8 X 12.8 X 1.7
Weight (grms) 210

WINNER OF THE INTERNATIONAL BOOKER PRIZE 2024 'An ambitious story of love and betrayal' - Irish Times 'The ending is like a bomb thrown into your room -- you'll be reeling for days and weeks to come.' - Neel Mukherjee Berlin. 11 July 1986. They meet by chance on a bus. She is a young student, he is older and married. Theirs is an intense and sudden attraction, fuelled by a shared passion for music and art, and heightened by the secrecy they must maintain. But when she strays for a single night he cannot forgive her and a dangerous crack forms between them, opening up a space for cruelty, punishment and the exertion of power. And the world around them is changing too: as the GDR begins to crumble, so too do all the old certainties and the old loyalties, ushering in a new era whose great gains also involve profound loss. From a prize-winning German writer, this is the intimate and devastating story of the path of two lovers through the rui

Jenny Erpenbeck

Jenny Erpenbeck is the author of The Old Child & The Book of Words (2008), Visitation (2010) and The End of Days (2014, winner of the Independent Foreign Fiction Prize), and Go, Went, Gone (2017). as well as Not a Novel: Collected Writings and Reflections (2020). Her work is translated into over thirty languages. Michael Hofmann is a poet and German translator. His most recent collection of poems is One Lark, One Horse. He is a Granta contributing editor.
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