Arthur Koestler (1905-1983) received popularity as a Hungarian-British journalist and book writer. Koestler born in Budapest received his education in Austria. Thereafter he joined the Communist Party of Germany until 1938. One of his well-known novels named Darkness at Noon focused on anti-totalitarian discussions and provided him with significant recognition. Koestler also became editor of Die Zukunft (The Future) a German-language weekly publication during 1938. He experienced many challenges during the wartime and lived in France before he relocated to Britain in 1949. Koestler took part in the publication of many essays, biographies, and novels.
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