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Edited by Ostrowska, Dorota; Pitassio, Francesco; Varga, Zsuzsanna
The leading account of Central Eastern European popular cinemas, providing a historical and a contemporary perspective on Hungarian, Polish and Czech/Czechoslovakian mainstream cinemas before, during and after the socialist period.
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By Szerb, Antal; Edited by Varga, Zsuzsanna; Translated by Sherwood, Peter
In this important new volume we see the great Hungarian writer Antal Szerb at the height of his powers. Though his novels have enjoyed great popularity in English in recent years, this is the first collection of his major essays to appear in English.
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In this important new volume we see the great Hungarian writer Antal Szerb at the height of his powers. Though his major novels have enjoyed great popularity in English in recent years, this is the first collection of his important essays to appear in English.
Edited by Kisery, Andras; Komaromy, Zsolt; Varga, Zsuzsanna; Contributions by Bacskai-Atkari, Julia; Demeny, Tamas
This book discusses modern Hungarian literary culture as a site of intercultural exchange, suggesting through a variety of case-studies that encounters with foreign literatures are integral to national literary tradition, and studying them renews critical perspectives on national... literary history. It contributes to current reconsiderations of methods of literary historiography, and will appeal to readers interested in Hungarian literature, and to scholars of reception study, cultural memory, comparative literary study, and of world literature.Read more
Edited by Keenoy, Ray; Menkes-Ivry, Vivienne; Varga, Zsuzsanna
Part of the Babel Guides series, this book presents a reader's guide to modern Hungarian literature that has been translated into English from novels, short-story collections, poetry, and drama. Many individual works are reviewed with a brief extract, to give flavour to the book ...in question.Read more
By Varga, Zsuzsanna; Translated by Frank T, Zsigo
This book examines the success of the Hungarian agricultural miracle, a hybrid agricultural system created by transfer processes of Sovietization and Americanization --
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