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Today in Tablet Magazine, books critic Adam Kirsch reviews Fiasco, the newly translated, largely unknown middle novel in the trilogy of novels that helped make the Hungarian Jewish Holocaust survivor a Nobel Prize winner. It is more or less equal parts Beckett and Kafka (a little less Beckett, a little more Kafka), if that is your sort of thing.

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