Koestler Arthur

Koest·ler

 (kĕst′lər, kĕs′-), Arthur 1905-1983.
Hungarian-born British writer whose novel Darkness at Noon (1940) portrays his disillusionment with Communism. His nonfiction works include The Sleepwalkers (1959) and The Ghost in the Machine (1967).
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(3) Szivos' (2006) Koestler Arthur: Tanulmanyok es esszek [Koestler Arthur: Studies and essays] is an exception: it is a book of essays devoted to the author's literary work, ethical views and scientific writings, amongst others.
However, even these--Mihaly Szivos's Koestler Arthur: Tanulmanyok es esszek [Koestler Arthur: Studies and Essays] (2006) and Robert E.