Definition of Koestler, Arthur in English:

Koestler, Arthur

proper noun

  • (1905–83), Hungarian-born British novelist and essayist. His best-known novel Darkness at Noon (1940) exposed the Stalinist purges of the 1930s. He left money in his will to found a university chair in parapsychology.

Pronunciation:

Koestler, Arthur

/ˈkəːstlə/