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Kosztolányi Dezső: Nero, a véres költő
Gárdonyi Géza: Isten rabjai
Ernest Hemingway: Akiért a harang szól
Cormac McCarthy: Véres délkörök, avagy vörös alkony a nyugati égen
Gustave Flaubert: Bovaryné
Arthur Koestler: Sötétség délben
Stephen King: A halálsoron
J. M. Coetzee: Alkonyvidék
Karl Marlantes: Matterhorn
Gerbrand Bakker: Az iker

Kedvenc alkotók: Cormac McCarthy, Gion Nándor, J. M. Coetzee, Kemény Zsigmond


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In one of his rare interviews, he (John Williams) commented of his protagonist: „I think he's a real hero. A lot of people who have read the novel think that Stoner had such a sad and bad life. I think he had a very good life. He had a better life than most people do, certainly. He was doing what he wanted to do, he had some feeling for what he was doing, he had some sense of the importance of the job he was doing … The important thing in the novel to me is Stoner's sense of a job … a job in the good and honourable sense of the word. His job gave him a particular kind of identity and made him what he was.”

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John Williams: Stoner