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As indicated by the title of this essay, the diverse meanings of Hungarian cultural history confront us with some difficult tasks. We are called upon to interpret Hungarian culture as a firm and stratified unity, which is stratified in both time and space, and yet also contains a constantly changing content and dimension. Furthermore, the word “Jewish,” as we shall see, also has several meanings. It may mean, for example, a world religion, a historical tradition, a colorful collection of literary texts, a sociological group, a community, or simply a “counternotion,” a label applied to an enemy.

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Fin de Siècle Hrsg. von Roger Bauer, Eckhard Heftrich, Helmut Koopman, Woffdichrich Rasch, Willibald Saherländer und J. Adolf Schmoll Gen. Eisenwerth. Frankfurt am Main. Vittorio Klostermann. 1977

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Authors: Miklós Szabolcsi and György Vajda

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