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Synopsis:

"Lukacs's book is a lyrical, sometimes dazzling, never merely nostalgic evocation of a glorious period in the city's history. . . . {His} true sympathy lies . . . not with the famous expatriates, but with the writers and intellectuals who lived and died at home: the poets Endre Ady and Mihaly Babits; the novelists Ferenc Herczeg, Sandor Hunyady, Frigyes Karinthy, Dezso Kosztolanyi, Gyula Krudy, Kalman Mikszath, and Zsigmond Moricz; the political essayist DezsoSzabo; the playwright Erno Szep; the literary historian Antal Szerb; and others. . . . {John Lukacs} sets out to explain Hungarian literature to English-speaking readers. Though I have no idea whether or not he will succeed, few interpreters of Hungarian literature have made a more touching and eloquent attempt." — The New York Review of Books

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Includes bibliographical references (p. 231-236) and index.

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ISBN:
9780802132505
Author:
Lukacs, John
Publisher:
Grove Press
Author:
Lukacs
Author:
Lukacs, John
Location:
New York :
Subject:
History
Subject:
Continental european
Subject:
Europe - General
Subject:
Budapest (Hungary)
Subject:
Austria & Hungary
Subject:
Budapest
Subject:
Budapest (Hungary) Civilization.
Subject:
Europe - Austria & Hungary
Subject:
World History-Austria
Copyright:
Edition Number:
1st Evergreen ed.
Edition Description:
Trade Paper
Series Volume:
100-39
Publication Date:
19940231
Binding:
TRADE PAPER
Language:
English
Illustrations:
Yes
Pages:
288
Dimensions:
9.25 x 6.25 in 15 oz

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Product details 288 pages Grove Press - English 9780802132505 Reviews:
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"Lukacs's book is a lyrical, sometimes dazzling, never merely nostalgic evocation of a glorious period in the city's history. . . . {His} true sympathy lies . . . not with the famous expatriates, but with the writers and intellectuals who lived and died at home: the poets Endre Ady and Mihaly Babits; the novelists Ferenc Herczeg, Sandor Hunyady, Frigyes Karinthy, Dezso Kosztolanyi, Gyula Krudy, Kalman Mikszath, and Zsigmond Moricz; the political essayist DezsoSzabo; the playwright Erno Szep; the literary historian Antal Szerb; and others. . . . {John Lukacs} sets out to explain Hungarian literature to English-speaking readers. Though I have no idea whether or not he will succeed, few interpreters of Hungarian literature have made a more touching and eloquent attempt." — The New York Review of Books
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