Ferenc Barnás

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Ferenc Barnás is a Hungarian novelist.


Ferenc Barnás was born in 1959 in Debrecen, Hungary. From 1982 until 1988 he takes university courses in Debrecen, Budapest, and München. In 1988 he graduates from Eötvös Loránd University (ELTE) with degrees in Hungarian language/literature and Aesthetics. In 1991 he earns his doctoral degree at ELTE, with a dissertation entitled Hermann Hesse világképe (The World View of Hermann Hesse). From 1988 until 1994 he teaches literature, philosophy and aesthetics in secondary schools for the arts in Budapest. From 1990 until 1992 he works as an instructor of music aesthetics at the Department of Cultural History, ELTE. From 1994 until 2000 lives as a freelance writer. From 2000 to present works at Ernst Museum in Budapest.



  • Az élősködő (The Parasite)
  • Bagatell (Bagatelle)
  • A kilencedik (The Ninth)
  • Másik halál (Another Death)


  • 2013: AEGON Prize
  • 2006: Tibor Déry Prize
  • 2001: Sándor Márai Prize

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