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St. Mark's Bookshop (New York City)

136 E 3rd St
New York, NY 10009

United States

212-260-7853; staffstmarksbookshop.com

Type: Bookstore — Not set

Web site: http://www.stmarksbookshop.com/

Twitter account: @stmarksbookshop

Amenities: food/drink

Description: "Est. 1977 in New York's East Village. An independent store for independent minds. We feature small press poetry and literature, cutting edge graphic design, cultural and critical theory. Open nightly to midnight. International mail orders welcome."

Moved to new 3rd Street location Summer 2014.

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Antal Szerb

Antal Szerb was born in Budapest in 1901. Best known in the West as a novelist and short story writer, he was also a prolific scholar whose interests ranged widely across the whole field of European literature. Debarred from a university post by reason of...read more

Antal Szerb was born in Budapest in 1901. Best known in the West as a novelist and short story writer, he was also a prolific scholar whose interests ranged widely across the whole field of European literature. Debarred from a university post by reason of his Jewish ancestry, he taught in a commercial secondary school until increas- ing persecution led to his brutal death in a labour camp, in 1945. Yet the tone of his writing is almost always deceptively light, the fierce intelligence softened by a gentle tolerance, wry humour and understated irony. Pushkin Press's publications of Szerb's work include his novels Journey by Moonlight, Oliver VII and The Pendragon legend, as well as the short story collection Love in a bottle and the history The Queen's Necklace.

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