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Az Unitárius Kollégium szerepe Ligeti Ernő pályakezdésében

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dc.contributor.editor Kovács Sándor hu_HU
dc.contributor.editor Bálint Róbert Zoltán hu_HU
dc.contributor.editor Balázs Mihály hu_HU
dc.contributor.editor Brandt Juliane hu_HU
dc.contributor.editor Czire Szabolcs hu_HU
dc.contributor.editor Koppándi Botond hu_HU
dc.contributor.editor Molnár B Lehel hu_HU
dc.contributor.editor Horn Ildikó hu_HU
dc.contributor.editor Rezi Elek hu_HU
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dc.creator Gaal, György hu_HU
dc.date.accessioned 2013-08-14T05:11:11Z
dc.date.available 2013-08-14T05:11:11Z
dc.date.issued 2012 hu_HU
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dc.identifier.uri http://hdl.handle.net/10598/27742
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dc.description.abstract Ernő Ligeti (1891–1945) was a prominent editor and novelist of Transylvanian Hugarian literature between the two world wars. He also wrote some memorials concerning his life and the literary conditions of the Hungarians in the period. He was of Jewish origin, which is why together with his wife and son they were executed by a Nazi brigade in January 1945 in Budapest. Th e wounded son survived the execution. All the biographies about Ligeti write about his tragic death but very little is known about his family and studies, though in his memorials he writes very nicely about his school years spent in the Kolozsvár Unitarian College. Th is paper presents the beginnings of Ligeti’s life and literary activity up to 1913 when his fi rst volume of poetry was published, making some corrections too. According to the Register of Births of the Neolog Jewish Community in Kolozsvár, Ligeti’s date of birth is not February, but March 19th, 1891. His original family name was Lichtenstein. His father was József Lichtenstein, a bailiff . His mother was Júlia Diamant descendant of a rich Jewish family from Budapest. Th eir family name was changed to Ligeti in the period 1899–1902. Ligeti studied at the Unitarian College between 1901 and 1909. His studies and activities in the school are refl ected by the printed School-reports as well by the handwritten review of the students “Remény”, where his fi rst essays, short-stories, poems and translations were published. Ligeti’s memorials about his school years and professors are quoted. Th ough he wanted to become a teacher or an artist, according to his parents’ wish he started legal studies at the Kolozsvár University which he never graduated. Instead, he became an editor. hu_HU
dc.description.tableofcontents 58-70 old. hu_HU
dc.format PDF hu_HU
dc.language.iso Hun hu_HU
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dc.publisher Erdélyi Unitárius Egyház hu_HU
dc.relation.ispartofseries Keresztény Magvető - 2012. 118. évf. 1. sz. hu_HU
dc.rights Erdélyi Unitárius Egyház hu_HU
dc.source Erdélyi Unitárius Egyház hu_HU
dc.subject teológiai irodalom hu_HU
dc.subject unitárius egyház hu_HU
dc.subject tanulmány hu_HU
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dc.title Az Unitárius Kollégium szerepe Ligeti Ernő pályakezdésében hu_HU
dc.title.alternative Th e Role of the Unitarian College in Ernő Ligeti’s Literary Career hu_HU
dc.type article hu_HU
dcterms.provenance Erdélyi Unitárius Egyház hu_HU
europeana.provider Erdélyi Múzeum-Egyesület hu_HU
europeana.unstored Erdélyi Múzeum-Egyesület hu_HU
europeana.type TEXT hu_HU
dcterms.medium paper hu_HU


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