Erdélyi Múzeum - 2011. 73. kötet, 2. füzet: Recent submissions

  • Biró, Annamária (Erdélyi Múzeum-Egyesület, 2011)
    The work of János Fekete (1741-1803) survived in fragments was written in the 1800s, when the need for Hungarian historical works increased. The Voltairean Fekete’s goal, however, was not only to present the history of ...
  • Simoncsics, Péter (Erdélyi Múzeum-Egyesület, 2011)
    The author is finding a common denominator for the seemingly discrepant elements of negation and prohibition of Ugrian languages (Ostyak en - äl - ent (m), Vogul at - ul - at'i(m), Hungarian nem - ne - nincsen, nincsenek ...
  • Molnár Bodrogi, Enikő (Erdélyi Múzeum-Egyesület, 2011)
    In this study, I have presented a Finno-Ugric linguistic minority quite unknown in the world. These people, living in Northern Sweden are usually called Tornedalian Finns in the international literature.The Tornedalian ...
  • Bányai, Éva (Erdélyi Múzeum-Egyesület, 2011)
    In recent years appeared a number of contemporary Hungarian prosaic writings in which the visualisation of the interlinguistic and intercultural experience play a very significant role. In the prosaic writings, which come ...
  • Bura, László (Erdélyi Múzeum-Egyesület, 2011)
    The study sketches out the poet-writer Pakocs Károly’s life-work written between 1924 and 1946. (He was born in Nagykároly, on 17th November, 1892 and died in Bucharest, on 23rd October, 1966.). The study raises two important ...
  • Bartha, Katalin Ágnes (Erdélyi Múzeum-Egyesület, 2011)
    The years spent int he Unitarian High School from Kolozsvár determined the poetry of László Szabédi. In what follows, besides sketching his family and school environment, the study will focus primarily on his activity ...
  • Tapodi, Zsuzsa (Erdélyi Múzeum-Egyesület, 2011)
    Literary and cultural Eurocentrism is often questioned today. The comparison of the specific values of the national literature with those of the world literature also implies the centre-periphery conflict. The cyclical ...

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