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Author(s): Imre Bartók, András Cieger, Dénes Sokcsevits, Judit Bartha, László Lugosi Lugó, Sándor Hites, Ábris Papp, Zsófia Nádor, László Demetrovics, L. László Lajtai, Krisztina Lajosi, Éva Forgács, Tünde Wehli, Cecília Lippai, Eszter Sár
Subject(s): Review
Published by: Budapesti Könyvszemle Alapítvány

Summary/Abstract: Eszter Sár The Economic Ethics of the World Religions. Studies on the Sociology of Religion by Max Weber Imre Bartók The Spirit of Utopia by Ernst Bloch Cecília Lippai Mortally Man Dwells in His Freedom by István V. Király András Cieger Modern Hungarian Political History of Ideas by József Takáts László L. Lajtai Liberty and the Search for Identity. Liberal Nationalism and the Legacy of Empires edited by Iván Zoltán Dénes Dénes Sokcsevits The Image of the Balkans in Hungary in the 19th and 20th Centuries by Csaba Dupcsik Judit Bartha “Imitated Handwriting in a Foreign Language” The Work and Its Creation in the Stories by E. T. A. Hoffmann by Magdolna Orosz Krisztina Lajosi Music, Words, and Drama Dramatic Plays and Transfiguring Scenes: The Semantics of History in Russian Chronicle Plays: Pushkin and Mussorgsky by Miklós Mezôsi Sándor Hites A Bloody Golden Age, A Long Cul-de-Sac by Gábor Bezeczky Zsófia Nádor Alien Universes Studies on Science Fiction and Cyberpunk Literature edited by Péter H. Nagy Tünde Wehli The Visual World of the Hungarian Angevin Legendary by Béla Zsolt Szakács László Lugo Lugosi Good Measure: Brassaï, Capa, Kertész, Munkácsi, Moholy Éva Forgács Neo-Avant-Garde Trends in Hungarian Photography 1965–1984 by Sándor Szilágyi Ábris Papp Alternative Registers Forms of Cultural Resistance in the Hungarian Neo-Avant-Garde by József Havasréti László Demetrovics Black & White Collection by Ferenc Hammer

  • Issue Year: 20/2008
  • Issue No: 01
  • Page Range: 44-89
  • Page Count: 46
  • Language: Hungarian