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“From now on, Kolozsvár is always the way the train takes us home…” •

(The appearance of the Trianon theme in contemporary Hungarian fiction)

Hungarian Studies
Author:
Júlia Vallasek

means the theme is portrayed when it appears in novels. In this sense, A röpülő falu. Magyar írók Trianon novellái (The Flying Village. Short Stories on Trianon by Hungarian writers) ( Körössi, 2002 ), published in an anthology series by Noran Kiadó

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political refugee Miklós Jósika, she lived in Brussels. Both of them were in lively contact with the Hungarian literary milieu; they published novels, short stories and various articles in magazines and books, including original texts, as well as

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dimensions: modality/register (written/literary short stories), proficiency (proficient language users) and task expertise (experts) controlled for and directionality of language production (L1 or L2) included. The following two research questions are

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education. That would require abstraction, a philosophical mind, and erudition, which a woman does not possess and cannot acquire. (…) However, due to her predicament, disposition, and temperament, she is very capable of writing tales and short stories for

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. pst.defobj.3sg the short.story. acc ‘Anna read the short story for 10 minutes (again).’ b. ∗Anna 10 perc alatt ('újra) 'olvasta a novellát. Anna 10 minute under again read. pst.defobj.3sg the short.story. acc ‘Anna read the short story in 10 minutes

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this gap. It explores, using the cognitive translatology paradigm, the complex process of Anthony Aquilina's Maltese translation of Monsieur Ibrahim et les Fleurs du Coran, a French short story written by Éric-Emmanuel Schmitt. Being the first

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listeners … . Miklós Laurisin set a short story by Jókai for the stage in his ballet entitled Debreceni história (A Story from Debrecen). This is how Bartha commented on the project: Die Hauptschwierigkeit bei der Komposition scheint uns darin gelegen zu

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A JANGAR-CHAPTER CHANTED BY THE BAARIN KHUURCH RINCHIN

NEW DATA ON THE FOLKLORE GENERIC TRANSITION OF MONGOLIAN HEROIC EPIC

Acta Orientalia Academiae Scientiarum Hungaricae
Authors:
Chaogetu
,
Sarina
, and
Ágnes Birtalan

(Mong.) consists of a chain of short stories related to the Geser epic. The folk-storytellers usually narrate it as a yawgan ülger . One of the most comprehensive elaborations of the topics connected to Geser’s deeds was compiled by W. Heissig (1983

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becomes unmistakably identified with the author Krleža – “he is not a human being, just a caricature from my war prose” (PNN, 143). Indeed, in the last two war years Krleža wrote a cycle of short stories published in 1922 under the title Hrvatski bog Mars

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-into-Spanish subcorpus used in this paper. The materials represent F and NF genres. The F subcorpus includes novels and short stories. It comprises 2,634,087 words, of which 1,276,791 correspond to original texts in English and 1,357,296 to their translations into

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