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Imre Kertesz, the only Hungarian Nobel laureate in literature, is laid to rest in the Fiume road cemetery in Budapest, Hungary, April 22, 2016. Kertesz died at age 86 after a lengthy and serious illness on March 31. He won the Nobel Prize for Literature in 2002. ) HUNGARY-BUDAPEST-IMRE KERTESZ-FUNERAL AttilaxVolgyi PUBLICATIONxNOTxINxCHN   Imre Kertesz The Only Hungarian Nobel Laureate in Literature IS laid to Rest in The Fiume Road Cemetery in Budapest Hungary April 22 2016 Kertesz died AT Age 86 After a lengthy and Serious illness ON March 31 he Won The Nobel Prize for Literature in 2002 Hun-stock-photo
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Imre Kertesz, the only Hungarian Nobel laureate in literature, is laid to rest in the Fiume road cemetery in Budapest, Hungary, April 22, 2016. Kertesz died at age 86 after a lengthy and serious illness on March 31. He won the Nobel Prize for Literature in 2002. ) HUNGARY-BUDAPEST-IMRE KERTESZ-FUNERAL AttilaxVolgyi PUBLICATIONxNOTxINxCHN   Imre Kertesz The Only Hungarian Nobel Laureate in Literature IS laid to Rest in The Fiume Road Cemetery in Budapest Hungary April 22 2016 Kertesz died AT Age 86 After a lengthy and Serious illness ON March 31 he Won The Nobel Prize for Literature in 2002 Hun-stock-photo
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Imre Kertesz, the only Hungarian Nobel laureate in literature, is laid to rest in the Fiume road cemetery in Budapest, Hungary, April 22, 2016. Kertesz died at age 86 after a lengthy and serious illness on March 31. He won the Nobel Prize for Literature in 2002. ) HUNGARY-BUDAPEST-IMRE KERTESZ-FUNERAL AttilaxVolgyi PUBLICATIONxNOTxINxCHN   Imre Kertesz The Only Hungarian Nobel Laureate in Literature IS laid to Rest in The Fiume Road Cemetery in Budapest Hungary April 22 2016 Kertesz died AT Age 86 After a lengthy and Serious illness ON March 31 he Won The Nobel Prize for Literature in 2002 Hun-stock-photo
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(140820) -- BUDAPEST, Aug. 20, 2014 -- Hungarian President Janos Ader (L) presentes Nobel laureate author Imre Kertesz with the Order of Saint Stephen in Budapest, Hungary, on Aug. 20, 2014. ) (dzl) HUNGARY-BUDAPEST-NATIONAL HOLIDAY AttilaxVolgyi PUBLICATIONxNOTxINxCHN   Budapest Aug 20 2014 Hungarian President Janos Artery l Presentes Nobel Laureate author Imre Kertesz With The Order of Saint Stephen in Budapest Hungary ON Aug 20 2014 dzl Hungary Budapest National Holiday ATTILAxVOLGYI PUBLICATIONxNOTxINxCHN-stock-photo
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The book 'Last Retreat' by Hungarian writer and Nobel litearture prize winner Imre Kertesz is on display in a book store in Duesseldorf, Germany, 23 September 2013. The German translation of the book was presented on 23 September 2013. Photo: JAN-PHILIPP STROBEL-stock-photo
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Dahlia 'Engelhards Matados', Decorative Dahlia-stock-photo
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Imre Kertesz receives the 'Medaille de Vermeil de la Ville de Paris' ( Paris city's vermeil medal) from Paris Mayor Bertrand Delanoe during a ceremony held at the Hotel de Ville in Paris, France on May 5, 2011. Photo by Nicolas Briquet/ABACAPRESS.COM-stock-photo
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Imre Kertesz receives the 'Medaille de Vermeil de la Ville de Paris' ( Paris city's vermeil medal) from Paris Mayor Bertrand Delanoe during a ceremony held at the Hotel de Ville in Paris, France on May 5, 2011. Photo by Nicolas Briquet/ABACAPRESS.COM-stock-photo
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Imre Kertesz receives the 'Medaille de Vermeil de la Ville de Paris' ( Paris city's vermeil medal) from Paris Mayor Bertrand Delanoe during a ceremony held at the Hotel de Ville in Paris, France on May 5, 2011. Photo by Nicolas Briquet/ABACAPRESS.COM-stock-photo
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File photo : Imre Kertesz receives the 'Medaille de Vermeil de la Ville de Paris' ( Paris city's vermeil medal) from Paris Mayor Bertrand Delanoe during a ceremony held at the Hotel de Ville in Paris, France on May 5, 2011. Kertesz, the Hungarian writer who won the 2002 Nobel Prize for Literature for fiction largely drawn from his very real experience as a teenage prisoner in Nazi concentration camps, died Thursday. He was 86. Photo by Nicolas Briquet/ABACAPRESS.COM-stock-photo
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File photo : Imre Kertesz receives the 'Medaille de Vermeil de la Ville de Paris' ( Paris city's vermeil medal) from Paris Mayor Bertrand Delanoe during a ceremony held at the Hotel de Ville in Paris, France on May 5, 2011. Kertesz, the Hungarian writer who won the 2002 Nobel Prize for Literature for fiction largely drawn from his very real experience as a teenage prisoner in Nazi concentration camps, died Thursday. He was 86. Photo by Nicolas Briquet/ABACAPRESS.COM-stock-photo
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File photo : Imre Kertesz receives the 'Medaille de Vermeil de la Ville de Paris' ( Paris city's vermeil medal) from Paris Mayor Bertrand Delanoe during a ceremony held at the Hotel de Ville in Paris, France on May 5, 2011. Kertesz, the Hungarian writer who won the 2002 Nobel Prize for Literature for fiction largely drawn from his very real experience as a teenage prisoner in Nazi concentration camps, died Thursday. He was 86. Photo by Nicolas Briquet/ABACAPRESS.COM-stock-photo
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File photo : Imre Kertesz receives the 'Medaille de Vermeil de la Ville de Paris' ( Paris city's vermeil medal) from Paris Mayor Bertrand Delanoe during a ceremony held at the Hotel de Ville in Paris, France on May 5, 2011. Kertesz, the Hungarian writer who won the 2002 Nobel Prize for Literature for fiction largely drawn from his very real experience as a teenage prisoner in Nazi concentration camps, died Thursday. He was 86. Photo by Nicolas Briquet/ABACAPRESS.COM-stock-photo
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File photo : Imre Kertesz receives the 'Medaille de Vermeil de la Ville de Paris' ( Paris city's vermeil medal) from Paris Mayor Bertrand Delanoe during a ceremony held at the Hotel de Ville in Paris, France on May 5, 2011. Kertesz, the Hungarian writer who won the 2002 Nobel Prize for Literature for fiction largely drawn from his very real experience as a teenage prisoner in Nazi concentration camps, died Thursday. He was 86. Photo by Nicolas Briquet/ABACAPRESS.COM-stock-photo
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Nobel Prize for Literature laureate Imre Kertesz gives a speech after receiving the ?Preis fuer Verstaendigung und Toleranz? (?Prize for Understanding and Tolerance?) at the Jewish Museum in Berlin, Germany, 15 November 2008. Kertesz and company consultant Berger were jointly awarded the prize. Photo: Marcel Mettelsiefen-stock-photo
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Company consultant Roland Berger gives a speech after receiving the ?Preis fuer Verstaendigung und Toleranz? (?Prize for Understanding and Tolerance?) at the Jewish Museum in Berlin, Germany, 15 November 2008. Nobel Prize for Literature laureate Imre Kertesz and company consultant Berger were jointly awarded the prize. Photo: Marcel Mettelsiefen-stock-photo
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Berlin, Germany. 1st June, 2007. Hungarian writer and winner of the Noble Prize in Literature Imre Kertesz pictured in Berlin, Germany, 1 June 2007. Photo: Soeren Stache/dpa/Alamy Live News-stock-photo
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Berlin, Germany. 1st June, 2007. Hungarian writer and winner of the Noble Prize in Literature Imre Kertesz pictured in Berlin, Germany, 1 June 2007. Photo: Soeren Stache/dpa/Alamy Live News-stock-photo
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Hungarian writer and winner of the Noble Prize in Literature Imre Kertesz pictured in Berlin, Germany, 1 June 2007. Photo: Soeren Stache-stock-photo
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Hungarian writer and winner of the Noble Prize in Literature Imre Kertesz pictured in Berlin, Germany, 1 June 2007. Photo: Soeren Stache-stock-photo
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The President of the German Bundestag Norbert Lammert (L-R), the President of the Federal Constitutional Court Hans-Juergen Papier, Hungarian Nobelprize of Literature laureate Imre Kertesz, German Chancellor Angela Merkel, German President Horst Koehler, the President of the German Bundesrat Harald Ringstorff  and Eva Koehler arrive for a commemoration of the German Bundestag for t-stock-photo
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The Hungarian Nobelprize of Literature laureate Imre Kertesz holds a speech in front of the delegates and representatives of the government during a commemoration of the German Bundestag for the victims of the Third Reich at the Reichstag building in Berlin, Monday 29 January 2007. Photo: Peer Grimm-stock-photo
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Hungarian writer and Literature Nobel Prize winner Imre Kertesz (2 from R) and his wife Magda (2nd from L) sit next to Berlin's Governing Mayor Klaus Wowereit (R) and conductor Daniel Barenboim (L) during the 'Ernst-Reuter-Medal' award ceremony in Berlin, Monday, 4 September 2006. Photo: Miguel Villagran-stock-photo
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Kertesz, Imre, 9.11.1929 - 31.3.2016, Hungarian author / writer, half length, 15.5.1997,-stock-photo
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Kertesz, Imre, 9.11.1929 - 31.3.2016, Hungarian author / writer, half length, 15.5.1997,-stock-photo
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Kertesz, Imre, 9.11.1929 - 31.3.2016, Hungarian author / writer, portrait, 15.5.1997,-stock-photo
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(dpa) - The Hungarian the Nobel Price Laureate Imre Kertesz and his wife Magda (L) smile and hug each other during the award ceremony for his onourary doctorate at the Freie Universitaet in Berlin, Tuesday, 03 May 2005. Grass and Kertesz received their  doctorate from the university in the subject area of philosophy and liberal arts and humanities.-stock-photo
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(dpa) - Imre Kertesz, Nobel Prize winner for Literature and screenplay writer, arrives for the presentation of the film 'Fateless' (Hungary) during the 55th Berlinale international film festival in Berlin, Germany, 15 February 2005.-stock-photo
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(dpa) - Imre Kertesz, Nobel Prize winner for Literature and screenplay writer, arrives for the presentation of the film 'Fateless' (Hungary) during the 55th Berlinale international film festival in Berlin, Germany, 15 February 2005.-stock-photo
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Berlin, the writer Imre Kertesz-stock-photo
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Berlin, the writer Imre Kertesz-stock-photo
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Berlin, the writer Imre Kertesz-stock-photo
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Berlin, the writer Imre Kertesz-stock-photo
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Imre Kertesz, a writer, Nobel Prize laureate in literature-stock-photo
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(dpa) - Lajos Koltai (L), Hungarian film director and cameraman of Hungarian  filmmaker Istvan Szabo of many years, talks to the actor Marcell Nagy, who plays the leading part of Gyoergy Koves on the set of the film 'Fateless' in Arnstadt, Germany, 25 June 2004. The film is based on the award winning novel 'Fateless' by Hungarian Nobel Price Laurate for literature Imre Kertesz, and-stock-photo
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Hamburg, Germany. 28th Jan, 2004. (dpa) - Hungarian Literature Nobel Prize laureate Imre Kertesz speaks at the opening of the 'Wehrmacht' exhibition at the Institute for Social Research in Hamburg, Germany, 28 January 2004. The touring exhibition deals with the participation of the German army committing war crimes between 1941 and 1944 and highlights the horrific dimensions of the war of extermination. © dpa/Alamy Live News-stock-photo
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(dpa) - Jan Philipp Reemtsma (L), Imre Kertesz (C), Hungarian Nobel Prize Laureate and Hamburg's major Ole von Beust convers with each other during the opening of the 'Wehrmacht' exhibition at the Institute for Social Research in Hamburg, Germany, 28 January 2004. The touring exhibition deals with the participation of the German army committing war crimes between 1941 and 1944 and-stock-photo
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(dpa) - Hungarian Literature Nobel Prize laureate Imre Kertesz speaks at the opening of the 'Wehrmacht' exhibition at the Institute for Social Research in Hamburg, Germany, 28 January 2004. The touring exhibition deals with the participation of the German army committing war crimes between 1941 and 1944 and highlights the horrific dimensions of the war of extermination.-stock-photo
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KERTESZ Imre et sa femme (and his wife) - Date : 20030801 ©Basso Cannarsa/Opale-stock-photo
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KERTESZ Imre et sa femme (and his wife) - Date : 20030801 ©Basso Cannarsa/Opale-stock-photo
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(dpa) - Hungarian writer and Nobel Prize winner Imre Kertesz (front) reads from his essay book 'Die exilierte Sprache' (the exiled language) at the Book Fair in Leipzig, eastern Germany, 22 March 2003. On the right Jan-Philipp Reemtsma, the founder of the Institute for social research in Hamburg, who had initiated a controversial exhibition on the crimes of the Wehrmacht. Kertesz,-stock-photo
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(dpa) - Imre Kertesz, Hungarian Nobel Prize winner for Literature and former prisoner in a Nazi concentration camp, and his wife Magda stand in front of a memorial in the former Nazi concentration camp Buchenwald near Weimar, eastern Germany, 27 January 2003. Three years ago 27 January was chosen as-stock-photo
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KERTESZ Imre - Date : 20030101 ©Basso Cannarsa/Opale-stock-photo
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STOCKHOLM 20021210 Nobel Prize 2002.Literature laureate Imre Kertész (l) is kissing the hand of by the member of the Swedish Academy Katarina Frostenson after the Prize Award Ceremony at the Concert Hall in Stockholm, December 10, 2002. Grandchild Saori six years old in yellow dress FOTO: Anders Wiklund/SCANPIX Code 50030-stock-photo
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(dpa) - Hungarian writer Imre Kertesz pictured in Berlin, 10 October 2002. The Nobel Assembly in Sweden announced on 10 October that the 2002 Nobel Prize for Literature is to be awarded to the Holocaust survivor 'for writing that upholds the fragile experience of the individual against the barbaric-stock-photo
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(dpa) - Hungarian writer Imre Kertesz smiles in Berlin, 10 October 2002. In the background his wife Magda. The Nobel Assembly in Sweden announced on 10 October that the 2002 Nobel Prize for Literature is to be awarded to the Holocaust survivor 'for writing that upholds the fragile experience of the-stock-photo
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(dpa) - Hungarian writer Imre Kertesz pictured in Berlin, 9 October 2002. The Nobel Assembly in Sweden announced on 10 October that the 2002 Nobel Prize for Literature is to be awarded to the Holocaust survivor 'for writing that upholds the fragile experience of the individual against the barbaric a-stock-photo
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(dpa) - Hungarian writer Imre Kertesz receives flowers in Berlin, 9 October 2002. The Nobel Assembly in Sweden announced on 10 October that the 2002 Nobel Prize for Literature is to be awarded to the Holocaust survivor 'for writing that upholds the fragile experience of the individual against the ba-stock-photo
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IMRE KERTESZ  01 May 2002-stock-photo
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IMRE KERTESZ  01 May 2002-stock-photo